Presidential Election News

A recent study conduced by Kaiser Family Foundation reveals each priority by the Republican and Democratic parties. What’s your priority?

A chart breaks down the priorities of the Republican and the Democratic parties.

Democratic (Blue): 13% for the Economy. 32% for the Health Care. 29% for the Coronavirus Pandemic. 11% for the Climate Change.

Republican (Red): 40% for the Economy. 11% for the Health Care. 6% for the Coronavirus Pandemic. 18% for foreign policy and national security.

State News


The caucus system isn’t accessible to everyone. (February 24, 2020) –

How we vote: Navigating the Iowa caucuses as a voter with disabilities. (January 31, 2020) – ABC News

South Carolina

Coming soon.


January 13, 2020

On Tuesday March 3rd (Super Tuesday), people in 14 states, American Samoa and Democrats Abroad will cast votes in the Democratic and Republican Primaries.

1/3rd of the total population of the United States will have an opportunity to vote on March 3rd.

Texas is one of the 14 states that has their Primary on March 3rd.

The Disability Community in Texas has an opportunity to influence which candidates will be on the ballot in the General Election (Tuesday November 3rd).

To vote in the March 3rd Super Tuesday Primaries, you must be REGISTERED TO VOTE by February 3rd. If you are a first time Registrant or you need to change your address, you can do it by going on Register2Vote.   Here is how it works:  

  • Click on the link;
  • Fill out the information requested;
  • Submit online the filled out form;
  • You will receive in the regular mail a filled out Voter Registration Card with the correct Return Address;
  • Sign the Voter Registration Card and drop it in the mail (no postage required).

For ongoing info on voting on Super Tuesday, go to: 


National Articles

The Heart of the Primaries Weekly E-Newsletter

The RespectAbility Report (January 14, 2020) – Reporters on Autism Spectrum to Cover Democratic Presidential Primary Debate

Forbes (January 6, 2020) – What Do People With Disabilities Want From Candidates? 

The RespectAbility Report (December 20, 2019) – Disability Employment Highlighted at Democratic Primary Debate 

The Daily Dose (December 10, 2019) – What are Democrats Doing to Win Over America’s Largest Minority Group?

Time (September 12, 2019) – 2020 Presidential Candidates Are Making (Some) Progress On Website Accessibility

Center for American Progress (October 15, 2019) – 10 Disability Policy Questions Every Presidential Candidate Should Answer

Presidential Election News was last modified: May 22nd, 2020 by nacdddredf