Your 'Get Out the Disability Vote' toolkit is here!

Why Vote?

According to Nonprofit Vote, voting is connected with a host of positive benefits for the individual voter. Compared to non-voters, voters are more likely to volunteer, contact their elected officials, and stay informed about local affairs. Voting is associated with active citizenship, social connections, personal agency, better health outcomes, reduced unemployment and lower recidivism rates. To read the full story, visit this Nonprofit Vote factsheet.

Are you registered to vote? If you're in Washington State you can find out here at the MyVote - Secretary of State website.

Your 'Get Out the Disability Vote' Toolkit

People with disabilities and their allies are organizing voter registration drives, candidate forums and workshops to promote participation in elections. Disability Rights Washington created logos to use for 'Get Out the Disability Vote' efforts. Download these free logos to add to your 'Get Out the Disability Vote' posters, flyers, articles, t-shirts, blogs, buttons and bumper stickers.

VOTE with universal access symbol in the 'O' position, on an outline of Washington State

Download this 'Washington Vote' Logo

Get Out The Vote Logo, with the universal accessibility symbol, person in a wheelchair, in the 'O' of VOTE

Download this 'Get Out The Vote' Logo

Vote logo, with the universal accessibility symbol in the 'O' position

Download this 'Vote' Logo

Thanks to The Accessible Icon Project for creating the new universal accessibility logo and for putting it in the public domain for everyone to use.

Share Voting Videos

DRW's Rooted in Rights project produced these original videos to 'Get Out the Disability Vote'. We invite you to view them and share them widely:

  1. Voting with an Assistant
  2. Youth Disability Vote
  3. Why Should Deaf People Vote?
  4. When You Get Out, Get Your Vote Back
  5. Disability Vote in Spanish

More Useful Voting Information


REV UP! is a national campaign to increase the political power of people with disabilities while also engaging candidates and the media to recognize the disability community, spearheaded by the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD). 

REV UP! is Register, Educate, Vote and Use your Power!

Nonprofit Vote

Extensive resources for non-profits for voter education, registration, mobilization Toolkits, how to host a candidate forum and more.

National Voter Registration Day 9/27/2016

Information, resources and partnership opportunities for participating in National Voter Registration Day.

U.S. Election Assistance Commission

Resources for voters with disabilities.

Self-Advocates Becoming Empowered - Vote Project

Voter Education Toolkit created by self advocacy leaders to help people teach voter education.

Washington Secretary of State Elections Information

Voting resources for Washington state citizens.

Disability Rights Washington - Voting Videos and More Resources

Voting videos and other helpful information about voter rights for people with disabilities in Washington.