Voter Information

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Part 1: Your Vote Counts!

Let your voice be heard!

We’re here to make sure you have all the information you need to be heard during elections season.

As a center for independent living who receives state and federal funds, we are not allowed to endorse nor promote candidates in any election. However, one of our core services is to provide information and referral to persons in the community. Therefore, we would like to provide information and support to the disability community in accessing resources on how to register and ultimately, vote, in the upcoming elections on November 3rd, 2020. If you have more direct questions, please do not hesitate to contact SAIL directly at 906-228-5744. Visit www.upsail.org for more information.

Your right to vote! During our recent ADA 30th anniversary this past summer, on Day 7, we asked the non-partisan group—The League of Women Voters Marquette to join us for a discussion about accessibility modifications for assuring every individual the opportunity to vote. Click below for the link to the video and listen again! And more resources below!

The League of Women Voters Michigan
League of Women Voters Marquette County
League of Women Voters Copper County
League of Women Voters Delta County
Election Information brought to you by the League of Women Voters Education Fund

Vote for Access Video

Part 2: Michigan Voter Resources

Make sure your voice is heard!

We’re here to make sure you have all the information you need to be heard during elections season.

As a center for independent living who receives state and federal funds, we are not allowed to endorse nor promote candidates in any election. However, one of our core services is to provide information and referral to persons in the community. Therefore, we would like to provide information and support to the disability community in accessing resources on how to register and ultimately, vote, in the upcoming elections on November 3rd, 2020. If you have more direct questions, please do not hesitate to contact SAIL directly at 906-228-5744. Visit www.upsail.org for more information.

State of Michigan Secretary of State Elections
State of Michigan Secretary of State Voter Information
The Michigan Voter Information Center
Michigan Voter Information Center Accessible Voting

Part 3: Know Your Rights!

Voting Support and Access for all!

As a center for independent living who receives state and federal funds, we are not allowed to endorse nor promote candidates in any election. However, one of our core services is to provide information and referral to persons in the community.

Therefore, we would like to provide information and support to the disability community in accessing resources on how to register and ultimately, vote, in the upcoming elections on November 3rd, 2020. If you have more direct questions, please do not hesitate to contact SAIL directly at 906-228-5744. Visit www.upsail.org for more information

Voting Access MI
Disability Rights Michigan
ACLU Voting Rights
Know Your Rights Guide
Michigan Coalition for the Homeless
Michigan Voting.org

Part 4: Let Nothing Stand in Your Way!

We’re All in This Together!

As a center for independent living who receives state and federal funds, we are not allowed to endorse nor promote candidates in any election. However, one of our core services is to provide information and referral to persons in the community.

Therefore, we would like to provide information and support to the disability community in accessing resources on how to register and ultimately, vote, in the upcoming elections on November 3rd, 2020. If you have more direct questions, please do not hesitate to contact SAIL directly at 906-228-5744. Visit www.upsail.org for more information.

The Advocacy Monitor Independent Living News and Policy from the National Council on Independent Living (NCIL) – Disability Voting Rights
Paralyzed Veterans of America Accessible Voting Checklist
American Association of People with Disabilities
Guardianship and Voting

Part 5: Now, Get Out and Vote!!

Federal Voting Guidelines.

As a center for independent living who receives state and federal funds, we are not allowed to endorse nor promote candidates in any election. However, one of our core services is to provide information and referral to persons in the community.

Therefore, we would like to provide information and support to the disability community in accessing resources on how to register and ultimately, vote, in the upcoming elections on November 3rd, 2020. If you have more direct questions, please do not hesitate to contact SAIL directly at 906-228-5744. Visit www.upsail.org for more information.

 

U.S. Election Assistance Commission Voter Resources
Vote.gov
USA.gov
Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP)