Learn about the latest news in our campaign to make elections in Ontario fully accessible to over one million voters with disabilities.
- Let the Mayo Moran AODA Independent Review Know if You Endorse the AODA Alliance's June 30, 2014 Final Brief on the AODA's Implementation and Enforcement
- AODA Alliance Chair's June 11 2014 Appearance on TVO's The Agenda with Steve Paikin Now Available to All on YouTube with Captioning -- and -- Be Sure to Vote!
- Click here to watch AODA Alliance David Lepofsky's June 11, 2014 15 Minute Interview on TVO's "The Agenda with Steve Paikin", the Night Before the June 12, 2014 Ontario General Election
- Media Reports that Conservative Leader Tim Hudak Promises More Jobs for People with Disabilities -- But Won't Promise that He Won't Cut Accessibility Regulations, Including Standards Aiming at Workplace Accessibility -- and -- More Disability Barriers to Voting.
- Tune in to TVOntario Wednesday June 11, 2014 as AODA Alliance Chair David Lepofsky Appears on The Agenda with Steve Paikin to Discuss Election Accessibility Issues -- And -- Still More Disability Barriers in this Election.
- Elections Ontario is Caught Out Using a Toronto Polling Station Location that Lacks Proper Accessibility, After Having Been Warned In Advance.
- What New Efforts will Elections Ontario Make to Remove Barriers Impeding Voters with Disabilities During the June 12, 2014 Ontario Election?
- Toronto Star Column Argues in Support of On-Line Voting in Upcoming Ontario By-elections- We Agree! – But Elections Ontario Doesn’t Get It
- Elections Ontario Report on Telephone and Internet Voting is A Slap in the Face to Voters with Disabilities – Elections Ontario Refuses to Now Use Its Authority To Test Telephone and/or Internet Voting in By-Elections, Despite Their Use in 59 Municipalities in Ontario and Nova Scotia and No Findings that They Were Hacked or Unreliable
- Download in MS Word the Elections Ontario Final Report on Telephone and Internet Voting Release on June 25, 2013
- Download in MS Word format Appendix 5 of the Elections Ontareio Final Report on Telephone and Internet Voting, Released to the Public on June 25, 2013
- AODA Alliance Calls on Elections Ontario to Offer Telephone and Internet Voting in Upcoming as-Yet Unscheduled By-elections – And Seeks More Information about Elections Ontario's Plans Regarding These Accessible Voting Technologies
- Elections Ontario Belatedly Replies to our December 7, 2012 Letter but Again Leaves Key Questions about Accessible Telephone and Internet Voting Unanswered
- ELECTIONS ONTARIO'S PROGRESS TOWARDS DEPLOYING TELEPHONE AND INTERNET VOTING IS STILL SLOW – ELECTIONS ONTARIO DOESN'T KNOW WHEN OR IF IT WILL BE READY TO TEST THESE IN AN ONTARIO BY-ELECTION, OR EVEN IF IT WILL EVER AGREE TOO TEST THESE
- ELECTIONS ONTARIO DECLINES OUR PROPOSALS TO MAKE ONTARIO'S TWO SEPTEMBER 6, 2012 BY-ELECTIONS FULLY ACCESSIBLE TO VOTERS WITH DISABILITIES – UNDAUNTED, WE PRESS ELECTIONS ONTARIO FOR FULL DISCLOSURE OF ITS EFFORTS TO DATE AND FUTURE PLANS REGARDING VOTING ACCESSIBILITY INCLUDING TELEPHONE AND INTERNET VOTING
- WILL ONTARIO'S TWO SEPTEMBER 6 2012 BY-ELECTIONS BE FULLY ACCESSIBLE TO ALL VOTERS WITH DISABILITIES?
- Click here to listen to AODA Alliance Chair David Lepofsky's May 25 2012 interview on Rogers Cable TV Kitchener-Waterloo on the need for telephone and internet voting in the upcoming Kitchener-Waterloo by-election
- ELECTIONS ONTARIO CATEGORICALLY REFUSES TO DEPLOY TELEPHONE AND INTERNET VOTING IN ANY BY-ELECTION IN 2012 – BUT THAT IS NOT THE END -- AODA ALLIANCE ASKS FOR MEETING WITH CHIEF ELECTORAL OFFICER TO RE-CONSIDER THAT REFUSAL
- Click here to listen to the May 16 2012 6 minute interview with AODA Alliance Chair David Lepofsky on 570 News Radio Kitchener Waterloo's Gary Doyle Show on our call for telephone and internet voting in the upcoming Kitchener-Waterloo provincial by-election
- AODA ALLIANCE CALLS ON ELECTIONS ONTARIO TO PROVIDE TELEPHONE AND INTERNET VOTING IN UPCOMING KITCHENER-WATERLOO BY-ELECTION
- THREE DEVELOPMENTS IN OUR QUEST FOR INTERNET AND TELEPHONE VOTING TO PROMOTE ACCESSIBILITY FOR VOTERS WITH DISABILITIES
- AODA ALLIANCE WRITES NEW MINISTER RESPONSIBLE FOR THE AODA TO LIST KEY ACCESSIBILITY PRIORITIES
- AODA ALLIANCE ASKS CHIEF ELECTORAL OFFICER FOR PROGRESS REPORT ON INTERNET AND TELEPHONE VOTING
- FULLY ACCESSIBLE VOTING NOT YET A REALITY IN ONTARIO- A PRIORITY FOR OUR NEXT LEGISLATURE – AND LISTEN TO AODA ALLIANCE CHAIR'S INTERVIEW ON CFRB RADIO
- USE OPTIONS FOR ACCESSIBLE VOTING FOR VOTERS WITH DISABILITIES IN THIS ONTARIO ELECTION
- AODA ALLIANCE HOLDS QUEEN'S PARK NEWS CONFERENCE ON EVE OF ELECTION CAMPAIGN TO UNVEIL THE POLITICAL PARTIES' PLATFORMS ON DISABILITY ACCESSIBILITY
- Comparison of the Major Parties' 2011 Election Commitments on Disability Accessibility
- AODA ALLIANCE WRITES THREE POLITICAL PARTIES TO REQUEST 2011 ELECTION COMMITMENTS
- AT AODA ALLIANCE'S REQUEST, ELECTIONS ONTARIO EXTENDS DEADLINE TO JUNE 3, 2011 TO GIVE FEEDBACK ON ACCESSIBILITY OF PROPOSED OCTOBER 2011 ELECTION'S POLLING STATION LOCATIONS
- IS YOUR POLLING STATION AT TODAY'S FEDERAL ELECTION ACCESSIBLE – IF NOT, MAKE SURE ELECTIONS ONTARIO DOESN'T USE THE SAME SITE FOR VOTING IN THE OCTOBER 2011 ONTARIO ELECTION
- THREE QUICK WAYS YOU CAN HELP PROMOTE ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIANS WITH DISABILITIES
- MAKE SURE THE POLLING STATION FOR YOU IN THE OCTOBER 2011 ELECTION IS ACCESSIBLE TO VOTERS WITH DISABILITIES
- GET READY FOR A BUSY NEW YEAR IN OUR NON-PARTISAN CAMPAIGN FOR A BARRIER-FREE ONTARIO
2010 UPDATES AFTER ENACTMENT OF BILL 231 THAT AMENDED ONTARIO'S ELECTIONS ACT
- AODA ALLIANCE ASKS MCGUINTY GOVERNMENT TO REPORT ON ITS EFFORTS ON UNKEPT 2007 ELECTION PROMISES
- AODA Alliance Calls on Elections Ontario to Provide Internet and Telephone Voting and More than One Accessible Voting Machine per Riding in the October 2011 Ontario Election
- WATCH TVO ONTARIO’S “THE AGENDA” PROGRAM’S MAY 28 2010 BROADCAST ITEM ON THE AODA ALLIANCE’S WORK
- CANADIAN CIVIL LIBERTIES ASSOCIATION CALLS ON ELECTIONS ONTARIO TO ACT PROMPTLY TO ENSURE FULLY ACCESSIBLE ELECTIONS FOR VOTERS WITH DISABILITIES