Know Your Voting Rights: 2024 Elections Update

The Power of the Disability Vote

Turnout Has Increased

One in five Americans, including nineteen percent of likely voters, experience a disability. They, along with their families, friends and allies, vote. A recent Rutgers University study noted that between the 2018 and 2022 midterm elections, voter turnout among people with disabilities grew by 1.6 points, which helped to reduce the turnout gap compared to voters without disabilities. This data shows that candidates ignore us at their own peril.

The Disability Voter Gap Persists

If people with disabilities voted at the same rate as those without disabilities, an additional 2 million votes would be cast. Make sure yours is one of them. Learn about the candidates and cast your vote. Remember to contact us if you think your voting rights have been violated or if you would like to schedule an education and information session about your rights as a voter with disabilities.

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All Americans are entitled to exercise their right to vote. We work to educate NH residents with disabilities about voting rights and responsibilities.

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If you have questions about voting in NH or think your voting rights have been violated because of your disability you can contact us to speak with an attorney free  0f charge.

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Disability Rights Center – New Hampshire is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating barriers for people with disabilities across New Hampshire. DRC is the federally designated protection and advocacy agency for New Hampshire and has authority under federal law to conduct investigations in cases of probable abuse or neglect.

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