Voting and what you need to know

The right to vote independently, and in secret, is a cornerstone of our democracy. 
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Yet blind and partially sighted people continue to face unacceptable barriers to exercising their democratic right to vote.

Read more about our research into the voting experiences of blind and partially sighted people, what blind and partially sighted voters need to know, and how MPs can make sure their services are accessible for people with sight loss. You can also ask your MP to sign up to support our work.