The disenfranchisement occurred in Sedgwick County, a direct result of a law pushed by Kris Kobach
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.
Unlike the Affordable Care Act, the AHCA seeks to reduce the federal government’s involvement in providing healthcare. In fact, the AHCA plans to cut such federal spending by $1.15 trillion.
An important part of USAGov’s yearlong VoteUSA project is this disabled voters guide with key tips
Lawsuit challenges petition requirement for ballot access as harmful to disabled politicians
I recently published a comprehensive plan to transform the Department of Veterans Affairs so this deeply flawed agency may truly provide world-class services and a world-class delivery system of promised benefits.
This article summarizes the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs problems, recommends a powerful transformational approach, and ends with a “kick in the pants” action to jumpstart change.
Lost access is persistent issue as California lawmakers pressed on changes to aid disabled voters
A country at war for almost half century has produced a generation looking for positive stories like the success of the Afghan Wheelchair Basketball Team
I honor those who have given the greatest sacrifice for our country, those brave men and women of our Armed Forces who fought for our freedoms, by saying that the duty is upon all of us to exercise our right to vote.
Disabled Indonesia voters will have better access than ever thanks to new systems in place