Your Vote Counts: Resources to Prepare for Election Day

September 24, 2020

November 3rd is election day, and your vote counts! The country will be electing a president and New Jersey residents will be voting for a Senator and twelve House Representatives that will serve you in Washington during the next few years. These elected officials will shape policies and the future path of Medicaid, special education, housing, and many other issues that directly affect our community.

Autism New Jersey believes that everyone who can vote should vote. Due to COVID-19, the procedures for voting have changed, but these changes now provide additional options which may make it easier to vote than ever before. Here are some helpful resources to get you prepared for Election Day.

  • Register to Vote – The deadline to register is October 13th
  • How to Vote – Explore the options to cast your ballot
  • Rev Up NJ – A national movement whose aim is to promote the turnout of people with disabilities at the polls

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Autism New Jersey will continue to follow recommendations from the CDC and state Department of Health as the state begins to move through the stages of reopening.

We’re proud to say that, since the beginning of the pandemic, not one call to our Helpline has gone unanswered. If you need assistance, call us at 800.4.AUTISM or information@autismnj.org or send us a message/chat with us via the link at the bottom of this page.

We remain focused on our mission to be a resource for the autism community. We recognize that there are many questions and complex considerations, and we are working hard to address these substantial issues and provide our expertise and stakeholder perspectives as plans are developed. We encourage you to regularly visit our central hub of coronavirus resources for the autism community.