What is Accessible Vote-by-Mail Balloting? When will it arrive in Florida? Why isn’t it here already? What does the future hold? – an ATVFL interview with members of the Florida Council of the BlindOctober 2, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has sewn chaos and confusion into the fabric of almost every aspect of our lives. In short order, policymakers and advocates alike have had to adjust to this shifting landscape. Among the topics that have dominated state and national policy discussions since March is the expected impact… Read more.
Recently, there has been a campaign going around social media to try to discredit the validity of vote by mail ballots. On the contrary, these ballots are just as valid as the ones being cast by voters who can physically make it to the polls. While there may be some… Read more.
The world today is radically different in many ways than at anytime in history. There is a worldwide pandemic caused by COVID-19, and in the U.S. the struggle for civil rights and equality is once again taking center stage. The power of the vote has never meant more than it… Read more.
Note: In July, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals stayed an earlier federal district court ruling from the Northern District of Florida granting the right to vote to all returning citizens. In September, the 11th Circuit ruled that Florida can order returning citizens to pay court fines and fees before… Read more.
Scattered throughout our website you will find videos from the Vote for Access series featuring Imani Barbarin, produced by both Rooted in Rights and Block by Block Creative! Each video in the series highlights key issues about voting for people with disabilities. Check out the videos to learn about voting,… Read more.