Posted Nov. 3, 2014 | Election day is tomorrow, November 4. This Election Guide – courtesy of the Association of University Centers on Disability (AUCD) – provides information about the candidates in your state/district as well as information about where to vote. Several disability and civil rights groups have resources about voting and voting rights. The Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund and National Association of Council on Developmental Disabilities have partnered to create OneVoteNow.org, a project that seeks to restore the rights of all people with disabilities to vote. The Sibling Leadership Network has also published information on how siblings can support their brothers and sisters with disabilities to get to the polls. To learn more about voting rights or to report a barrier to access your polling place, visit 866ourvote.org. Find your polling place and information on candidates here.