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Voters With Disabilities, Remember In November!

Question: Should voters with a disability (and their families) take part in the presidential elections? Answer: Only if we want to choose the winner. We have gigantic numbers on our side and could absolutely make a difference. How many? According to the United States Census, "nearly one in five people have a disability... 56.7 million people -- 19 percent of the population.
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