Voters With Disabilities: Know Your Rights

Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018   12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Attorneys from Disability Rights California will discuss the state and federal requirements for accessible voting and California's recent election reforms. The presentation will explain why it is important for voters with disabilities to be able to vote privately and independently.

Class covers:

  • Requirements such as accessible voting systems for in-person voting
  • New technology that will allow for accessible vote by mail
  • Rules for voting if under a conservatorship
  • Steps California has taken to improve voter registration rates
  • LA County's development of innovative new accessible voting equipment
  • Shift to vote centers in 2020 under the Voter's Choice Act
  • Opportunities to join local committees to help improve election accessibility

Presented by:
Andrew Berk, Attorney, Disability Rights CA (
Paul Spencer, Attorney, Disability Rights CA (

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