Know Your Rights
DRM works with nonpartisan organizations, election officials, and other Protection & Advocacy (P&A) agencies to ensure that everyone has the ability to vote privately and independently, whether they vote at polling places or at home. We support the right of individuals with disabilities to vote and provide resources to help voters feel more engaged and confident.
Know Your Rights Guide
Need to Know If You’re Registered to Vote?
The Michigan Secretary of State’s Office has voter registration information, sample ballots, and more.
Have questions about voter ID laws or need help with voter ID in Michigan?
VoteRiders can help.
Call the Election Protection Hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE to report any incidents you encounter at the polls.Learn More
If you are denied a ballot, are unable to cast your vote, or witness a questionable incident, please contact DRM.Learn More
Your voice matters. Learn more if you are an individauls with a disabilty, a student, you were formerly incarcerated, or you just have questions about the upcoming election.Learn More
Vote for Access
If people with disabilities voted at the same rate as non-disabled voters, 2 million more votes would be cast. What is getting in the way of disabled voters exercising their rights?
That’s what host Imani Barbarin uncovers in Vote for Access, a five part series addressing the problems with voting for people with disabilities, and some solutions that everyone should know about.
This video series was brought to you by Rooted in Rights, Block by Block Creative, and P&As across the country.
- Episode 1 – Attitudes
- Episode 2 – Information
- Episode 3 – At the Polls
- Episode 4 – Alternatives to Polling Places
- Episode 5 – Voter Suppression
How Can We Help?
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