In honor of tomorrow's election day, today I would like to mention the resources designed to provide equal access to the voting process in the city of San Francisco:
Access for Voters with Disabilities: Information about mail-in ballots, audio information, TTY, assistive voting devices, personal assistance, curbside voting, and other tools.
Multilingual Voter Service: Voter information in Chinese and Spanish; Filipino (Tagalog) information coming in 2015.
Happy voting, everyone!
(About Resource Mondays: I share my favorite local community resources on my blog each week, and I invite you to respond with your own suggestions, referrals, and helpful information. You are welcome to share and re-post any form of support you see here.)
Jessica Katzman, Psy.D.
I'm a psychologist with a private practice in San Francisco's Castro District. I'm interested in harm reduction, LGBTQQIAAP issues, psychedelic integration, social justice conversations, size acceptance, and any intersections of the above. I welcome your comments!
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