Two millennials with autism are making presidential candidates aware
that they’d be well-served to support an influential population of eligible
voters, namely, the estimated 54 million Americans with disabilities.
The two men are following the presidential candidates on the campaign trail on behalf of RespectAbility, a non-profit, non-partisan organization that fights stigma, informs and activates people with disabilities so they can take an active role in civic life.
Read Denise Brodey’s inspiring Forbes article, A
Car, A Smartphone, And Dreams of Changing the Future of Voting for Millions,
which observes the efforts of these ambitious advocates, sheds light on which
presidential candidates are prioritizing disability issues, and reviews actions
for equal access to voting.