Disability Unscripted: 2020 Candidates on Inclusion & Accessibility

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The 2020 presidential primary season is in full swing here in New Hampshire and we are talking with the candidates about disability, inclusion, and accessibility.

New Video Alerts

Additional videos will be released on an on-going basis as candidates continue to visit the state. Sign up for updates on new video releases and other 2020 election news. 

Get Involved

Do you want to ask a candidate a disability-related question but don’t know where to start?

You are welcome to use our questions:

With one in five Americans, including nineteen percent of likely voters, experiencing a disability… 

  • What efforts are you making to reach out and employ those with disabilities in your campaign?
  • What efforts will you make to employ those with disabilities in your administration? 
  • What efforts are you taking to ensure that your campaign events are accessible to people with disabilities? 

Or focus on an issue that is of importance to you and your family:

Provide a short fact or statistic about the issue and then follow it with a short, specific question. 

Have you asked a candidate a disability-related question?  Let us know how it went at mail@drcnh.org.


Our Process

Although we would like to question every candidate (and potential candidate) who visits the Granite State, given our staff and resources, we are focusing on mainstream candidates who hold smaller campaign events in and around the Concord area.  We are using the NECN Campaign Tracker and personal contacts to keep up to date with campaign stops.  

Check out our Disability Unscripted Campaign Event Schedule page for more detailed information about which events our staff attended. 

For more information about our voting rights work and funding, visit our voting rights page.


The Disability Rights Center-NH is recognized as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and any videos posted here are not intended to endorse or oppose any candidate for elected public office.  Our goal is to make nonpartisan, impartial information available to New Hampshire voters with disabilities.