Russian interference in 2016 explains the focus on election security ahead of 2020. But disability groups are saying this is hurting voter accessibility.
Disability and Democracy articles on Democracy Chronicles
These articles on Disability and Democracy concern the extra barriers that many voters with disabilities face while trying to exercise their most basic rights and the many people working to find solutions. Also see our main section on American Democracy and our articles on Voter Suppression or Voter Access.
West Virginia is moving to become the first state to allow people with disabilities to use technology that would allow them to vote with their smartphones.
November 22, Gov. Tony Evers of Wisconsin signed into law a new bipartisan legislation which creates new accommodations for people with verbal challenges.
This week, ten United States presidential candidates will take the stage to debate healthcare and others issues affecting people with disabilities.
HRW: it is with deep sadness that we mourn the passing of Marca Bristo, tireless partner to and supporter of Human Rights Watch’s Disability Rights program.
The Trump administration has axed a program that allowed immigrants with serious health conditions – including children and people with disabilities
A new voting system in L.A County will super-charge a debate about balance between the cybersecurity of election systems and people with disabilities.
Australia’s parliament should scrap a new rule that allows nursing homes to overmedicate and restrain older people, a rights group in Australia said today.
Number of Americans with physical or mental disabilities who turned out to vote surged in the 2018 midterm elections, they still lagged far behind turnout.
Voters in Oregon may be able to mail their ballots for free beginning in 2020, thanks to a recent senate bill passed by Oregon legislators .