Justin and Cindy from the Minnesota Disability Law Center joined Jeff Thompson in the Blind Abilities studio for a discussion on voting rights for youth with disabilities.
We also get to talk to Nate and Nikki, 2 young adults, about their experiences voting accessibly using the Auto-Mark device and completing an absentee ballot.
How do you find the information on where to vote and how to get your absentee ballot?
You can go to the Minnesota Secretary of State Elections and Voting website and get all the information about registering online, election dates, voting by mail and where to cast your ballot.
Into Adulthood is A Project for Youth with Disabilities from the Minnesota Disability Law Center.
You can find out more about the Into Adulthood Project at https://mylegalaid.org/, email at IntoAdulthood@MyLegalAid.org and by calling 1-800-292-4150. You can read our voting rights factsheet for more information.
Contact Your State Services
If you reside in Minnesota, and you would like to know more about Transition Services from State Services contact Transition Coordinator Sheila Koenig by email or contact her via phone at 651-539-2361.
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