This week, September 11-15, 2023, is the week to make sure disabled voters in your community are registered and ready to vote.

What is Disability Voting Rights Week (DVRW)?

There are over 38 million people with disabilities who are eligible to vote, but access barriers keep many disabled voters from accessing their right to vote. Disability Voting Rights Week is all about protecting the rights of people with disabilities to participate fully in our democracy.

Disability Voting Rights used to be called “National Disability Voter Registration Week” and is hosted by the American Association of People with Disabilities’ REV UP Voting Campaign.

Celebrate with us at our Disability Elections Summit!

About this event

Access The Vote Florida 2023 Disability Elections Summit

Date: 9/13/23

Time: 9 AM to 1 PM

Location: Online (Zoom)

Description: Join us for the Access The Vote Florida 2023 Elections Summit! This event is your chance to learn about accessible voting options, holding office as an individual with a disability, the power of the disability vote, and much more. The event will have multiple panels featuring disabled government officials, youth, and scholars who will discuss barriers and opportunities for voters with disabilities.

Register on Zoom today:

Accessibility: We will have American Sign Language interpreters, English and translated captioning, and there will be English and Spanish chat moderators.

More Disability Voting Rights Week Information & Resources

2023 Disability Voting Rights Week Events

Check out AAPD’s Events Calendar for the full list of virtual and in-person DVRW events!

From workshops to panels to voter registration events, there’s lots of ways to get involved! To add your event to our calendar, fill out this survey or email Alexia Kemerling at

2023 Disability Voting Rights Week (DVRW) Resources

You Can Get Involved in Disability Voting Rights Week (DVRW)

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  • Host a Voter Registration or Education Event.
  • Activate your Social Media.
  • Organize a candidate town hall on disability.
  • Write an op-ed for your local newspaper.
  • Partner with other disability and voting rights organizations.
  • Ask your local government leaders to issue a proclamation for Disability Voting Rights Week.

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