Absentee Voting Options for Hoosier Voters with Print Disabilities

In 2020, Disability Rights Advocates, Indiana Disability Rights, the American Council of the Blind of Indiana, and several individual Indiana voters brought a lawsuit under federal law challenging Indiana’s absentee voting system for discriminating against voters with print disabilities by failing to have a method by which they could vote privately and independently. On March …

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FEDERAL JUDGE STRIKES DOWN INDIANA’S MANDATORY ABSENTEE VOTER TRAVELING BOARD AS DISCRIMINATING AGAINST VOTERS WITH DISABILITIES FOR MAY 2022 ELECTION

March 10, 2022—Indianapolis, IN—Yesterday, the Honorable Jane Magnus-Stinson of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana struck down Indiana’s rule that absentee voters who could not independently mark their own ballot may vote absentee by mail only by appointment with a “traveling board” of elections officials in the May 2022 election. …

FEDERAL JUDGE STRIKES DOWN INDIANA’S MANDATORY ABSENTEE VOTER TRAVELING BOARD AS DISCRIMINATING AGAINST VOTERS WITH DISABILITIES FOR MAY 2022 ELECTION [ READ MORE… ]