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Imagine the power of 4 million Californians with disabilities voting

Disability Vote California

Our mission is to engage and inform voters with disabilities and create dynamic regional teams that will facilitate access to voting for their friends and neighbors with disabilities. 


Disability Vote California is a non-partisan campaign to eliminate barriers to voting, promote accessibility of voting technology and polling places; educate voters about issues and candidates; promote turnout of voters with disabilities across the country; engage candidates and the media on disability issues, and protect eligible voters’ right to participate in elections.

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The disability vote depends on YOU!

Secretary of State Alex Padilla

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Tell us why you vote

Download either the "I vote because..." flyer and write in why you vote, or download the "It's my right!" or "My vote is my voice" flyer and post a selfie to your favorite social media site with #DisabilityVoteCA #RevUp telling everyone why voting is important to you. You can also email your pictures to christian@thearcca.org and we will add them to our gallery.

"I vote because..." flyer (pdf)

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"It's my right!' flyer (pdf)

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"My vote is my voice" flyer (pdf)

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"Yo voto porque" flyer (pdf)

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"¡Es mi derecho!" flyer (pdf)

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"¡Mi voto es mi voz!" flyer (pdf)

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Resources

Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee (VAAC)

VAAC's are county and state level committees that make recommendations to the Secretary of State to improve access to voting and election materials for people with disabilities. Any registered voter can participate in a VAAC. 


Language Accessibility Advisory Committee (LAAC)

LAAC's are county and state level committees that make recommendations to the Secretary of State to improve access to voting and election materials for people who speak languages other than English. Any registered voter can participate in a LAAC.


Engage


  • Follow #DisabilityVoteCA on social media to share why voting is important to you. 
  • Download our "I vote because..." template to share why voting matters to you using #DisabilityVoteCA #RevUp

Get Informed

Get Involved

Sign up to get updates on important information, dates, and activities for California's disability voting community.

Important Dates and Events

Check our calendar regularly for new announcements and activities

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Videos

Your vote matters!

The Lanterman Coalition interview with gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom

The Lanterman Coalition interview with gubernatorial candidate John Cox

Contact Us

Share your thoughts and ideas.

DisabilityVoteCA

1225 8th st, suite 350, sacramento, CA 95814, US

(916) 552-6619