Have you voted?
Your responses to our survey are an important tool for improving voting access and the voting experience for people with disabilities. Please tell us about your voting experience.

CIDNY’s ongoing voting rights project surveys the accessibility of poll sites in New York City to assure that voters with disabilities can vote at their local poll sites, as part of their community, without facing any barriers. As our survey work has shown, just getting in the door at neighborhood poll sites remains a significant barrier to voting for people with disabilities. If you would like to be a part of our poll site surveys, or have other questions, contact Monica Bartley at mbartley@cidny.org.

Poll Site Access Reports
November 2019 Poll Site Accessibility Report Summary
November 2018 Poll Site Survey Accessibility Report
2016 Poll Site Accessibility Survey Report
2015 Poll Site Accessibility Survey: Report — Pictures — Barriers Chart
November 2014 Poll Site Accessibility Report Summary
September 2014 Poll Site Accessibility Report Summary
November 2017 Poll Site Accessibility Report Summary

For Poll Site Accessibility Reports, Poll Sites Surveyed, and Individual Voter Survey Summaries from 2008-2014, please emailinfo@cidny.org.

Voting News
Public Advocate and CIDNY Release New Report on Access to Voting
Disability Community Wins Against City’s Appeal in Voting Rights Case — Read the Court’s Opinion Order

We Just Want to Vote:
Barriers to Voting for People with Disabilities

Accessibility Checklist
Accessibility Checklist Training
Poll Worker Accessibility Checklist for Election Day
Non-Technical Guide Describing Guides Standards for Poll Site Accessibility

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