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National Disability Voter Registration Week Is July 13-17, 2020

July 1, 2020
Source: American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD)

Every year, the REV UP Campaign coordinates National Disability Voter Registration Week (NDVRW) to increase the political power of people with disabilities by sharing resources and getting folks registered to vote. This year, NDVRW is July 13-17. With an estimated 35 million people with disabilities eligible to vote in 2020, we invite state and local organizations to participate in NDVRW in order to raise the disability voice and civic participation across the country.

COVID-19 Update: Although some states are slowly opening up, we are focusing on supporting the disability vote through digital organizing techniques.

Getting Involved in NDVRW

  • Share our Online Voter Registration Portal! Direct folks to AAPD’s custom registration portal at, powered by When We All Vote, where they can register to vote in just a few minutes.
  • Host a Virtual Event! Host a virtual event to help voters in your state understand the rules, disability voting rights, voting options, safety-protocols, and key dates for the 2020 elections.
  • Organizing Virtual Text-banking! AAPD has partnered with When We All Vote to use OutVote, an app that helps individuals to use texting to get out the vote among their friends and family. Check out instructions for using OutVote in our NDVRW 2020 Toolkit.
  • Activate your Social Media! Use the power and reach of social media to share our online voter registration portal, motivate your network to register and vote, and inform voters on your state’s election rules and dates.
  • Use our NDVRW 2020 Toolkit! Our Toolkit provides key resources and info to help you engage with NDVRW!

NDVRW Resources & Tools
Getting people with disabilities registered to vote is the first step to increasing the political power of people with disabilities. There are tools and resources to help you get involved in NDVRW 2020 at

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