Autism POVs: Know your voting rights

In this episode we’ll be talking about voting.

According to Rutgers University, in 2020, over 35 million eligible voters will be people with disabilities. That figure jumps to over 62 million eligible voters when you count family members in the same household. But unfortunately, the turnout rate for voters with disabilities is lower than that of people without disabilities.

You'll hear from voters in the autism community talking about why their, and your, vote matters. 

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