In 2002 Congress passed the Help America Vote Act or HAVA, which authorized a new protection and advocacy program to protect the voting rights of people with disabilities. In Colorado we call our program VOTE!
Disability Law Colorado believes that people with disabilities not only have the right to vote, but also the obligation to make their voices heard. Click here to view our Voting Rights Fact Sheet.
Click Here for Accessible Ballot Information
Our Voting Vision
It is our goal to encourage Coloradans with disabilities to vote in every election and to develop a life-long habit of voting and civic engagement.
Vote as if your life depends on it, because it does."
- Justin Dart
Find out more about your voting rights, including accessibility of polling places and the voting process, through the resources below. Learn more about our VOTE! program here.
If you still have questions about your voting rights, please contact us.
Videos from Rooted in Rights about Voting Rights for People with Disabilities
Video #1: Are you planning to vote? | #VoteDisability
Video #2: Why should Deaf people vote? | #VoteDisability
Video #3: People with assistants have equal voting rights | #VoteDisability
Video #4: When you get out, get your vote back. | #VoteDisability
Video #5: Do you speak Spanish and have a disability? Vote! | #VoteDisability