Ruderman White Paper on Voter Accessibility

The Ruderman Foundation recently published a paper on Voting Accessibility for people with disabilities, along with a video which explains why so many American’s with disabilities are unable to vote. You can see both the video and the paper in this link:
The paper states that ” if voters with disabilities voted at the same rate as voters with the exact same demographics, but without disabilities, three more million people would have voted in the 2012 election”.  Three million voters can change the results of elections.
Thanks to Charlie Carr of the DPC for the link.