Voting


Within the United States of America, the people hold the power! Democracy, which means a government elected by its citizens, effects every aspect of our lives from schools to health care to homeland security. Voting is an important right in our society. By voting, you are making your voice heard and registering your opinion on how you think the government should operate.


As a State Agency, WGCDD posts electoral content for informational purposes only, and does not offer endorsements in any way.

Voting Language and Definitions

Interested in learning more about various voting definitions?

Here is a Link to Voting Vocabulary!

One Vote Now was brought forth by the National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities (NACDD) to offer resources and provide information on the importance of voting, how to vote, and how to seek information.

Overcoming Voting Barriers

"Tuesdays with Liz' is a weekly video series highlighting current issues in disability policy. It is hosted by Liz Weintraub, a long-time disability advocate, and produced by AUCD.

Watch an incredible episode of "Tuesdays with Liz" about voting below!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zqa8SErtv54&feature=youtu.be

Disability_Voter_Guide_English.docx
Policy_Issues_Fact_Sheet_English.docx
Sample_Questions_for_Candidates_English.docx

Voting in Wyoming

https://ballotpedia.org/Wyoming_elections,_2020


https://sos.wyo.gov/elections/


As a State Agency, WGCDD posts electoral content for informational purposes only, and does not offer endorsements in any way.

WY_Primary_Election_Candidates.pdf