The idea is pretty simple: After you vote, send us tweet updates about the accessibility of your polling place. We take all your tweets and post them on our UCP Twitter Patrol Blog (twitterpatrol.blogspot.com). We’ll also post information on who to contact if you need to report a problem. The result is an easily searchable database of reports from the field, so you can find out what’s going on at polling places in your state! But the Twitter Patrol will only work if enough people participate. Fortunately, that’s as easy as 1, 2, 3…
It’s that easy! So tell your friends, because the more Twitter Patrol members we have out there, the better. And in the meantime, you can follow us at: twitter.com/ElectionPatrol or check out our blog at twitterpatrol.blogspot.com. And as always, you can find more information on voter accessibility at DontBlockMyVote.org.
Send us a tweet today and we’ll see you November 4th.
About United Cerebral Palsy
United Cerebral Palsy is one of the nation’s leading organizations serving and advocating for the more than 54 million Americans with disabilities. Most UCP consumers are people with disabilities other than cerebral palsy. Through its nationwide network, United Cerebral Palsy offers to individuals, families and communities services such as job training and placement, physical therapy, individual and family support, early intervention, social and recreation programs, community living, state and local referrals, and instruction on how to use technology to perform everyday tasks. For more information, visit www.ucp.org or call (800) 872-5827.