Today is Election Day and you have the right to vote! While it’s not a presidential election, this vote is just as important. We, as Americans, have the opportunity to let our politicians know what’s important to us and one of the ways to do that is by casting your ballot.
For people with disabilities, curbside voting is available at all polling locations. If you decide to go inside, there are voting machines that are more accessible for people in wheelchairs. Make sure you let a poll worker know if there is anything you need to make the voting experience easier.
I did curbside voting during the in-person absentee voting last week. A poll worker came to me and brought everything to my vehicle. It definitely made the process more accessible.