One in five people eligible to vote has a disability
In order to ensure they can vote, the ADA requires that voter registration and the voting process be accessible for people with disabilities and that poll workers assist voters with disabilities if they ask for help. Some polls are still inaccessible requiring people with disabilities to vote curbside without privacy. Ways to increase access to voting is to expand early voting, online voter registration, mail in ballots, and same-day voter registration. These solutions can remove the barriers of waiting in long lines and other issues that hinder people with disabilities from voting.