[This is part of an article from TIME on the power of disabled voters]
*A note from the Access The Vote NC Initiative: Disabled voters have rights! First, make sure to check out our information and materials on how to register to vote. Then, use the accessible voting guides we provide on this site to learn more about elections. Finally, exercise your right to vote!
Voter Turnout Surged Among People With Disabilities Last Year.
Activists Want to Make Sure That Continues in 2020
When politicians are planning their outreach to various demographics ahead of the 2020 presidential race, they often focus on groups such as African Americans, Latinos, LGBTQ people or even suburban women. They don’t often talk about people with disabilities.
But new data shows that politicians who ignore disabled Americans may be missing out on a growing group of voters whose support could be up for grabs in 2020 — and activists are hoping to take advantage of this momentum.
Disabled voters can and should have a voice in upcoming elections!
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