Voting: It's Your Right, a guide about voting rights and the voting process in New Jersey, has been revised and re-printed. Available in English, Spanish, and text-only versions.
The guide was written for individuals with intellectual disabilities in clear language. It should also be of interest to anyone who would like to learn more about the legal and practical issues related to voting.
Voting: It's Your Right includes information about topics such as:
- Who can vote in a government election?
- What are you asked to decide when you register to vote?; How do you vote in person?
- How do you vote by mail?
Voting: It’s Your Right was developed by The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in collaboration with New Jersey’s Administration on Developmental Disabilities Partners, Disability Rights New Jersey and the NJ Council on Developmental Disabilities. It was funded by Disability Rights New Jersey’s Protection and Advocacy for Voter Access (PAVA) from the Administration on Developmental Disabilities, Administration on Children and Families, US Department of Health and Senior Services.
2016. 2nd Edition. 28 pages.
View the guide in PDF format-English
View the guide in Word text-only format-English
View the guide in PDF format-Spanish
View the guide in Word text-only format-Spanish
Limited quantities are available in hard copy format.
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