#Ideas4Hillary … And For Everyone Else, Too

#CripTheVote in rainbow color letters, to the right picture of a ballot box with four disability symbols on the front

If you’ve ever had an idea about how disability-related laws, programs, and policies should be done differently, anywhere in the United States, tell it now to Hillary Clinton, who actually asked for ideas on disability policy in her speech in Orlando this Wednesday, September 21. Go to her website and submit your ideas there. Or, if you use Twitter, type out the short version of your idea and include the hashtags #Ideas4Hillary and #CripTheVote. For good measure, add Clinton’s Twitter handle: @HillaryClinton.

And after you’ve done that, share your ideas with the other Presidential candidates, Donald Trump, Jill Stein, and Gary Johnson.

@realDonaldTrump
@DrJillStein
@GovGaryJohnson

Disability policy doesn’t have to be partisan, and good ideas are worth talking about with anyone who seriously wants to be President.

Have a look at some of the ideas people have already posted: