One in four people eligible to vote has a disability.

Make your voice heard.

If people with disabilities voted at the same rate as people without disabilities,
there would be 2.35 million more voters.

Your vote matters!

Who and what you vote for impacts your access to:
healthcare, education, transportation, and much more.

Early Voting - October 15-31

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Voter Assistance and Curbside Voting

Voters at one-stop early voting sites are entitled to the same assistance as voters at a voting place on Election Day. Curbside voting is available for eligible individuals at all early voting sites. For more information, see the North Carolina State Board of Elections’ Curbside Voting page.

More information can be found on the NCBOE Vote Early in Person page.

Voting Resources

To make sure they can vote, the Americans with Disabilities Act requires that voter registration and voting be accessible for people with disabilities.
It also requires that poll workers assist voters with disabilities if they need help.

North Carolina State Board of Election (NCSBE) Voting Resources: 

Still have questions? Call us at 888-WEVOTE-2 or email us at

Access the Vote NC’s 2020 General Election Guide is available now! 

Access the Vote NC has a fully accessible 2020 voter guide to help you learn about candidates in our state. 
To learn more about the primary candidates responses to disability-focused questions, please read our accessible voter guide.

Access the Vote NC is an initiative of Disability Rights North Carolina

DRNC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that works to defend the rights of people with disabilities in North Carolina. 
To learn more about DRNC, or to support our work, please visit our website.