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Call for disabled people to share their experiences of voting

Section: Policy into PracticeType: News Item Date Published: 24th January 2018

Leonard Cheshire Disability want to find out how easy it is for disabled people to vote during an election.

Being able to participate in elections is not only a democratic right, but an important way for you to have your voice heard.

They want to know if disabled people have experienced problems voting, or about any really good experiences of voting and support to vote. Please share your story by filling out this survey (this link will take you away from our website). 

Answers will be kept totally anonymous. The survey doesn’t ask any questions about which individual or party you voted for or which constituency you live in.

Leonard Cheshire Disability will be using the survey results to tell the Scottish Government what they need to change to make elections are accessible for everyone so make sure you have your say.

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