Voting

Would you like to register to vote?  To find out more about P&A’s 2016 Voter Registration Drive click here.

Do you have a disability?  Are you having any problem in registering to vote or in voting?  If so, please contact our office.  Our toll-free numbers are 866-275-7273 (voice) or 866-232-4525 (TTY).  Our email is info@pandasc.org.

P&A Reports

Right to Vote–2014

Polling Place Accessibility Report–Lexington County

Charleston Special Election Report 2013

Brochures

EveryRight Brochure

South Carolina Disability Voting Coalition Brochure

SC DisAbility Voting Coalition

The SC Disability Voting Coalition is a non-partisan coalition dedicated to increasing the numbers of people with disabilities who vote through voter education and improved access to the voting process.  The coalition is comprised of more than 40 non-profit and state agencies.

Voting Resource Manual

The SC DisAbility Voting Coalition produced the following online resource manual for voters with disabilities in South Carolina.

Voting Rights for People with Disabilities in SC

Outreach Videos

P&A and the SC DisAbility Voting Coalition are proud to release the following new videos on the voting rights of individuals with disabilities in South Carolina. Each video addresses a different voting topic to include how to register to vote, the different ways a person with a disability can vote, and accessibility challenges that may exist at polling places.

Registering to Vote from Elephant Room Media on Vimeo.

Ways to Vote from Elephant Room Media on Vimeo.

Voting Accessibility in SC from Elephant Room Media on Vimeo.

SC State Election Commission

Website:  www.SCVOTES.org

Truth vs. Myth Fact Sheet

Absentee voting

Information for voters with disabilities

Additional Resources

ADA Checklist for Polling Places; US Department of Justice, 2016

The Experience of Voters with Disabilities in the 2012 Election Cycle

Presidential Commission on Election Administration Report 2014

Vote It’s Your Right. A Guide to the Voting Rights of People with Mental Disabilities