Ensure Voter Accessibility

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You Can Help Ensure Voter Accessibility

We need your input. Disability Rights Florida is asking voters who identify as having a disability to complete two different polling site accessibility surveys for his or her polling location.

This this intended to be a non-technical (no tape measures or levels needed) experiential survey of persons with disabilities who vote in the general election in November or in early voting. The Post Voting Survey is just about your experience at the voting site and the Accessibility Survey is your observations of how accessible the site is.

The survey pdfs can be printed and used at the time you vote. Please return them to Abillity1st within a week of the November 6 election date. You can scan and email them to DanMoore@Ability1st.info, or return them (in person or by mail) to 1823 Buford Court, Tallahassee, FL 32308.

Please feel free to share with friends or family members with disabilities -- as each individual survey experience counts. We really need your help in making this happen as this will be a huge support to Ability1st and our partnership with Disability Rights Florida.

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ACCESSIBILITY SURVEY

POST VOTING SURVEY

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Ability1st, the Center for Independent Living of North Florida, is a community-based nonprofit organization that provides services to persons with varying disabilities. Ability1st serves Leon, Jefferson, Madison, Taylor, Gadsden, and Wakulla counties.