Vote the Spectrum

is a voter registration movement designed to empower and amplify the voices of adults with autism and intellectual and developmental disabilities (A/I/DD) and those who care about them.

If you are an organization or an individual

advocating for the neurodivergent or disabled community, please use this toolkit to quickly and easily share our #VoteTheSpectrum voter registration call-to-action on your platforms.

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More than 100,000 individuals with autism and/or other neurodiversity turn 18 every year. What many of them do not know, and what their parents or caregivers may not realize, is that they may be eligible to vote. #VoteTheSpectrum votethespectrum.org

I have strong opinions about issues that are very important to me. I want my voice to be heard. #VoteTheSpecturm provides plain language information to neurodivergent adults and their families and gives them an easy pathway to voter registration. votethespectrum.org

Laws and elected officials have the power to impact everyone. People with autism and any other intellectual or developmental disability deserve to have a say. #VoteTheSpectrum votethespectrum.org

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Laws and elected officials have the power to impact everyone. People with autism and any other intellectual or developmental disability deserve to have a say. Depending on their guardianship, they may have the right to step into a voting booth and make a difference. VoteTheSpectrum.org was created because we do not want to leave anyone out of the democratic process.

Visit VoteTheSpectrum.org to register to vote, download voting guides in English or Spanish, and sign up to help others participate in the voting process. 

One in five U.S. families care for a child with a disability – and those kids grow up. More than 100,000 children with autism alone turn 18 every year. What many do not know is that they may be eligible to vote.

Depending on guardianship, you and those you support may have the right to step into a voting booth and make a difference. VoteTheSpectrum.org was created to include everyone in the democratic process.

Thanks to our collaboration with The Arc and several charitable organizations, this statewide initiative provides plain language information to disabled, autistic and neurodivergent adults and their family members and offers an easy pathway to voter registration.