Why should you vote? Watch to find out.
Know Your Rights at the Polls
Learn more about what to expect at the polls.
National Voter Registration Day
National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, September 26 and Indiana Disability Rights encourages all Hoosiers to register to vote in the next election.
According to this Northwest Indiana Times article, 481,235 registered voters were removed from Indiana's voter lists. That means that nearly 10% of all registered voters are no longer registered to vote.
Visit IndianaVoters.com to check your registration. Name change? New address? Don't worry--you can change that on the website, too.
Spread the Word
Indiana Disability Rights has put together a social media toolkit so you can encourage others to prepare to vote. We need to work together to ensure ALL #HoosiersVote #BecauseAdvocacy.
Catch us on Facebook Live
On National Voter Registration Day, we will be going Live on Facebook! Tune in at 3:15 p.m. to see our voting rights resources and why IDR thinks voting is important.
Captions and transcript will be available within one hour of the end of live filming.
Learn How to Register to Vote
Watch and share our video explaining the different ways to vote in Indiana.
National Voter Registration Day is an annual initiative. More information about how others are participating can be found here: https://nationalvoterregistrationday.org/.
Welcome to HoosiersVote.Org
This website is brought to you by Indiana Disability Rights. We are here to help ensure you are able to vote during this election season. As our Executive Director Dawn Adams says, "Voting is one of our top priorities. The right to vote is a fundamental constitutional right. It is a great equalizer. Every person has one vote." We encourage you to learn all you can about the voting process, so you can exercise your right to vote.
Explore the topics on the left to get ready to vote in the next election. We have videos on most pages that do a great job of explaining your rights. We are very proud that most of the videos we have produced have an ASL-friendly companion. The resources below can also help you understand your rights as a voter. If you have questions, or need more help, please contact us here.
Your Vote is Your Voice: The Rights of Hoosiers with Disabilities
(produced by the Governor's Council for People with Disabilities)
If you're not sure if you should vote, watch this video, starring some strong self-advocates.
Have questions? Click here for help