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Voter Resources - New webinars and resources are posted for the week of September 21!

Post Date:09/09/2020 11:43 AM

Voter Resources and Information for the Week of September 21, 2020

National Voters Day EN Still

TODAY is #NationalVoterRegistrationDay! Check your voter registration status to ensure you are ready to vote for November's national election: Be ready to vote!


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Learn more at the following:


Sept 24th DVU EN

FREE webinar 'Don't Get Mad, Vote! How Our Elected Officials Impact Every Part of the Lives of People with Disabilities' from @disabilityvoicesunited. On Thursday, Sept 24th from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. To listen to simultaneous translation in Spanish: call 551-241-6310.

Webinar's Description

  • Did you know that the President appoints members of the Supreme Court, which decides important cases related to the disability community? (Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote a critical decision called Olmstead, which held that people with disabilities have a right to receive state funded supports and services in the community rather than institutions.)
  • Did you know that the Congress is responsible for providing 40% of funding for special education but they never get close to that amount?
  • Did you know that the state legislature decides how much will be spent on services funded by regional centers?
  • Did you know that your Mayor and City Council Members are responsible for ensuring that sidewalks are accessible to wheelchairs?

Whom we elect is critical for our future!
Join amazing experts who will break it all down for you, including:

  • Alison Barkoff, Director of Advocacy, Center for Public Representation
  • Eric Harris, Legislative Advocate, Disability Rights California
  • Geoffrey Stranierie, City of Los Angeles, ADA Compliance Officer
  • Additional presenters to be added.


Accessible Vote by Mail for Voters with Disabilities

Secretary of State Alex Padilla Speaks to Disability Vote California


Self Advocates Becoming Empowered on Why They Vote



California Voting Rights Under Conservatorship

Self-advocates’ guide to voting in plain language

Disability Voters Guide:

Visit this blog

Visit this site to register:

The plain language guide to voting from home or in person (available in English and Spanish):

For more resources, please visit our Voter Resources page.

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