Election / Voting Information

Register! Educate! Vote! RevUp! Make the disability vote count!

Please stop by any Ability360 office and register to vote! Our staff can help you fill out the form and answer any questions you may have.  Your vote is your voice, so make sure that you are heard!

Ability360 hosts TWO early voting sites.

Ability360 Center
Computer Lab Room, 2nd Floor
5025 E Washington St, Phoenix
Early Voting: Begins Mon, Oct 17 Ends Fri, Nov 4, 5PM
Mon – Fri 8AM – 5PM

GLENDALE – Ability360

6829 N 57TH Ave, Glendale
Early Voting: Begins Mon, Oct 17 Ends Fri, Nov 4, 5PM
Mon – Fri 8AM – 5PM

What is the General Election?

2016 is a Presidential election year.
In November, voters will also be electing:

  • 1 U.S. Senate seat (statewide) and 1 U.S. Congress member for their Congressional District.
  • All Arizona Legislative seats will be elected. Voters will select for their Legislative district 1 Arizona Senate member and 2 Arizona House members.

General Election

Voter Registration Deadline-Monday, October 10, 2016

Early Voting Begins – Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Mail in Early Ballot – Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Election Day – Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Ability360 Voting Survey

Voting is an important right in our society! Our government is elected by us, the citizens, which effects every aspect of our lives from schools to healthcare to homeland security. By voting, you are making your voice heard and registering your opinion on how you think the government should operate. Your voice matters!!
Please take a moment to complete this anonymous survey. Ability360 wants to know what your views are on voting!

Take Survey Here!

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Your Vote = Your Voice

Guide to the Voting Rights of People with Mental Disabilities – PDF
Information on Arizona ElectionsBallotpedia.org/Arizona
Frequently Asked Questions: Voter GuidelinesWord
Citizens Clean Elections CommissionHomepage
AZ Center for Disability Law: Voting Rights & Limited GuardianshipPDF
Non-Partisan Voting ResourcesWord
Voting Rights & Felony ConvictionPDF
Presidential Candidates & The Disability Vote InformationRespectAbilityUSA.com
Accessible Guide for Polling PlacesWord
Why Voting can affect Social Security BenefitsWord

The Ripple Effect of the Disability Vote. Families. Friends. Advocates. Educators. Professionals. Providers. Bureaucrats.
Voting Brochure PDF