Website: Center for Accessible Society – People with Disabilities and Voting
This web page discusses issues that people with disabilities have in voting. This page briefly discusses the polling booths are often physically inaccessible, with no ramps for people with use wheelchairs, canes, and walkers, and visually inaccessible, with no Braille ballots. Additionally, this page discusses the fact that people with intellectual or developmental disabilities are often discouraged to vote because poll workers may question their right to vote.
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