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Thursday, February 18, 2016
Disability Matters Vote 2016
Lots of work
In the last few weeks Disability Matters: Vote 2016 has
been very busy getting information ready for you to support the campaign.
Get ready to
We created an enumeration document to help everyone understand the
enumeration process and how to ensure that every person that wants to
vote is on the voter's list. You can look at the document here and other
how to vote information here: http://www.disabilitymatters2016.ca/how-to-vote
We developed an Election Tool Kit to help you get involved in the
campaign and ensure that your voice is heard! There are many very easy
ways to become involved, from following the campaign and participating on
social media, asking questions of the candidates that come to your door
or ordering a sign for your lawn. Please help in any way you can, you can
start by downloading the toolkit here: http://www.disabilitymatters2016.ca/priority-issues
Since meeting with the candidates from each party, we've now sent them
the five key priorities and asked them to respond in writing to our
questions. As we receive these responses, we will post them on the
DMV2016 website to help you make your voting decision.
We've met with volunteers captains for the 16 key swing constituencies
and some of the volunteers working on those teams. All captains have an
action plan and are ready to accept volunteers. If you're interested in
volunteering, please sign up here: http://www.disabilitymatters2016.ca/get-involved/contact-us
We've heard from politicians, media and disability partners in the field
that people are taking notice of this campaign. Thank you for being a
part of history.
this email – the more participation the better. Email this link to all of
your friends and family, share it on your social media...inspire others
to be heard. Thank you!