Voter Registration Day

The Arc of Indiana County is hosting a Voters Registration Day! A day at the Arc where anyone, including our disabled community, can come and register to vote as well as practice how to vote!

We will have staff who are experienced with working with people with disabilities to assist with the registration process.

For more information, check out the brochure here

Additional voting resources:
English: 1-866-OUR-VOTE
Spanish: 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA
Arabic: 1-844-YALLA-US 
Text: MYVOTE to 866-687-8683, this number is staffed year-round

Voting under guardianship
Voter ID rules
Election Protection website
How to Vote in PA 2022 (PDF)
Facility Voting Updated 2022 (PDF)
The Disability Vote Matters – Exercising Your Right to Vote (PDF)
Voting by People with Disabilities – Ensuring Participation for All Citizens (PDF)
Disability Voting Issues – Access, Assistance, and Accommodations (PDF)
Assistance for PA Voters with Disabilities: Requesting, Obtaining, Returning a Mail-in or Absentee Ballot (PDF)
Assistance for PA Voters with Disabilities: Ballot Marking (PDF)

Direct Link to vote through the Arc of PA is HERE 
– Allows for advocates to register and/or check their registration status 
– Includes their polling place, state election rules, candidates, and more 

Sample Questions to ask candidates:        
– Do you have a plan for expanding HCBS (home and community-based services) for people with disabilities? 
– How would you get rid of waiting lists to get LTSS (long-term support and services)?

Voting Pledge Web Site is available HERE
– Allows advocates to pledge to vote
– Pledged voters have a higher turnout
– Pledged voters are more likely to discuss voting with peers and increase voter turnout

A sample ballot from Indiana County can be found HERE