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Presidential Candidates and the Disability Platform

In Feb of this year RespectAbility released a "Disability Voter Guide" ahead of Super Tuesday with a rundown of where each candidate stood on disability issues.In creating this guide they sent each of the candidates a survey of 16 questions on disability-related issues so people with disabilities and their families would know how each candidate planned to address important issues affecting people with disabilities.
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