Many brain injury survivors falsely believe that having a brain injury interferes with their right to vote.  This is not even remotely true.  If you are a registered voter and have a brain injury, you can still vote.  If you require special accommodations be made in order for you to vote, the polling location must make those accommodations.  For instance, one of our former patients was unable to get into the polling location due to his wheelchair, so the polling official allowed him to do his voting curbside.  So remember, get out and vote!

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