Your Vote Counts, so Go Out and Vote!
2018 Overview powerpoint by Marlene Sallo, Executive Director of the Disability Law Center – Useful as an example of the information that voters need.
Registration Forms: You can download and print the 2 sided registration forms or pick up a stack from your town clerk. You can also get Absentee Ballot requests online, or from your town clerk.
Non-Profit Vote conducted a webinar on Candidate Engagement. You can download the Interacting with Candidates Powerpoint, or watch the webinar on youtube.com. Non-profits have to stay non-partisan, and this presentation clarifies the rules.
How to Hold an Accessible Event
Here are some checklists, examples and information on how to make a campaign event accessible:
- WISCON 43 Accessibility
- Example from a Rally: Accessibility FAQ
- ACCESSIBILITY-CHECKLIST-FOR-UNIVERSITY-EVENTS-Fall-2014 from UCONN
- From Oregon.org: Accessible Campaigns: Resources for Candidates – Including Voters with Disabilities in Your Campaign.
- From NCIL.org – Including People with Disabilities in Your Political Campaign: A Guide for Campaign Staff