National REVUP Campaign
www.aapd.com – American Association of People with Disabilities
Resources for Voters:
Are you a first time voter? Is transportation an issue for you? Do you have anxiety because you don’t know what to expect at the polls? We can help. Below are organizations who are committed to assisting anyone with disabilities to vote. Or send REV UP an message via our Contact Page.
The organizations listed have committed to turning anyone with a disability into a successful voter. Success means registered, educated, and voting!
Bay State Council of the Blind
An advocacy organization of volunteers with visual disabilities
Leave a message at 773-572-6312
This checklist is used to evaluate polling places. This information can also help voters understand exactly what local election officials are required to provide for accessibility: ADA Checklist for Polling places.
Town Clerks in Massachusetts: https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/eleclk/clkidx.htm
Federal Election Assistance Commission – Resources for Voters with Disabilities
Nonprofit Vote – www.NonProfitVote.org : Nonprofit VOTE partners with America’s nonprofits to help the people they serve participate and vote. Check out their series of webinars with topics such as: Voter Registration, Being Non-Partisan, and How to Hold a Candidate Forum. Anyone can sign up and participate, or replay the webinars later – all for free.