Your Vote Has Power!
Voting is very important.
It is a way for you to help choose the people that will run our government.
Our government makes laws, decides how money gets spent, and much more.
Who gets picked to run the government makes a big difference for people with disabilities and their families.
If you do not vote, then you do not get a say in what happens.
Check out the resources below to make sure you have the information you need to make your vote count!
your vote has power: use it!
A fair and accurate census is crucial for people with disabilities-and for every person in the United States
63.1% of Households Have Responded Nationally
57.9% of Households in Mississippi
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