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Disabled Voters: 6% Could Swing Elections

Image Description: Post reads Disabled Voters 6% Could Swing Elections. In elections across the country, systemic barriers mean voter turnout among disabled people is 6% lower than our nondisabled peers. Might seem small, but that's enough to swing elections. Target audience for this event: disabled people who need help to vote, those concerned with voter suppression, people who work for a campaign and want to increase turnout, and/or those who manage elections for a clerk's office. Tuesday October 11 from 6 to 7:30 pm on Zoom. ASL and CART provided. RSVP link is

Election day is sneaking up on us! “Disabled Voters: 6% Could Swing Elections” takes place Tuesday October 11 from 6-7:30pm EDT on Zoom. It’s never been more important to prioritize and help mobilize people with disabilities as a voting constituency. Elections are won by single digit percentages; RSVP and come check out what you can do to close the voter gap and ensure people with disabilities secure equal participation in our democratic process.

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