If you follow us on Facebook, you will know that DRNC, along with several other disability advocates, won a lawsuit to make absentee ballots accessible to blind voters. We have all been waiting eagerly for the State Board of Elections to
During each election, we hear about problems at poll sites that keep people with disabilities from being able to vote. We are working closely with the State and Local Boards of Election to make sure that voters with disabilities are
People with disabilities may need assistance to vote. You might need to ask for help to vote either because you can’t read the ballot independently or because you aren’t able to mark the ballot. You might have trouble getting into
As part of DRNC’s unwavering commitment to inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility, we are excited to announce that we have made some structural changes in our organization, including a restructuring of our leadership team. Our new configuration will add important
Our Voting Team is working hard to make sure people with disabilities have the resources and information they need to vote successfully in this election. We recently got together with Corye Dunn, Director of Public Policy at DRNC, to find
Advocacy Targets: What you need to know This quick summary describes each of DRNC’s proposed advocacy Targets and explains why they are important. Keep students with disabilities in school Students with disabilities get excluded from school more than other students.
Targets for 2021 DRNC’s Board of Directors has approved the following Targets for 2021. An introduction to our Target work View Targets summary Keep students with disabilities in school (PAIDD, PAIR, PAIMI, PAAT) (Non-federal – IOLTA, LENS-MDC, and UVA Law Kennedy