4-Question Survey for Voters with Disabilities
STATEWIDE VOTERS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
SURVEY FOR VOTERS WITH DISABILITIES
In 2021 the Legislature of Hawaii passed legislation to create the Statewide Voters with Special Needs Advisory Committee and a parallel committee in every county in Hawaii. The statewide committee in collaboration with the county committees is conducting a survey of voters with special needs. We define such an individual as an individual with a disability, who has a physical or mental impairment which affects the individual in registering to vote and/or in casting a ballot privately and independently whether by mail or at a voter service center.
This survey will help committee members at all levels learn about the experiences voters with disabilities have had in the last election and things they would like to see changed, so they can vote more easily in future elections. Please take a few minutes to read over the survey and give your answers.
We would like the survey to be completed by people with disabilities. Please share with all those you know with disabilities who are of voting age, 18 or older. We have one goal: to help the Office of Elections of the State of Hawaii (which provides administrative support to the Statewide Voters with Special Needs Advisory Committee) do the best job to ensure accessibility to voters with disabilities in all future elections.
Thank you for completing the survey. If you would like to know more about the Hawaii Statewide Voters with Special Needs Advisory Committee go to this link.