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How-to guide for voters with disabilities (access required)

No one can refute the fact that we are heading into one of the most historic U.S. presidential elections that many of us will see in our lifetime. Regardless of which side of the political fence we claim as our own, it is the voting process that defines our nation as a democracy.  But for ...

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