Sarah Schwegel

Make Your Vote Count: Why and How to Vote During a Pandemic

Jul 1, 2020 01:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada), via Zoom – REGISTER BELOW

The Starkloff Disability Institute is proud to present this conversation with Sarah Schwegel about getting involved and making changes in your community by voting. This webinar will uncover:
— Why voting is important and how to register
— Accessible voting/requesting an absentee ballot
— What to do on election day if you decide to vote at your polling location

Submit your questions in advance to be answered by Sarah. We will allot time to assist anyone with registration or absentee ballot requests.

Sarah Schwegel is the Public Policy and Advocacy Specialist at Paraquad. Sarah holds a Bachelor’s in Rehabilitation from Maryville University and a Master’s in Public Administration from Saint Louis University. She is passionate about helping people with disabilities become as independent as possible through self-advocacy and policy change. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sarah enjoyed advocating for policy changes that would benefit the disability community and now uses that momentum to inspire action about social justice issues on social media.

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