Even though the Americans with Disabilities Act is over 30 years old, we have a long way to go. People with disabilities still face discrimination in housing, employment, education, and especially with voting. If you are an Ohioan with a disability, you have the right to vote. The ACLU of Ohio fights for your right to vote free of any barriers.
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For help or more information:
- Call the Ohio Secretary of State's office at 877-SOS-OHIO (877-767-6446) or go to voteohio.gov. Email options are listed on the website.
- If you feel your right to vote has been denied, contact the ACLU of Ohio at 614-586-1959 or email@example.com.
- If you feel that you have been discriminated against while trying to vote because of your disability, contact Disability Rights Ohio at 614-728-2553 or 800-858-3542 (TTY). Or go to disabilityrightsohio.org/contact for email options.
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