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Electoral–Federal–Election Relations

a. Conduct election-related engagement activities including candidate questionnaires, manifestoes, debates as well as issuing education projects, get-out-the-vote programs, and voter registration in a non-partisan manner.
b. Participate and provide resources and support to ensure full communication access for taxpaying Deaf citizens, members, and advocates.
c. Provide guidance and references to build well informed voters and leaders.
d. Consult election boards at the federal level to ensure accessibility and support for Deaf voters and applicants.

Electoral–State–Election Relations

a. Partner with state-by-state level representatives and provide resources and support to ensure full communication access for tax-paying Deaf citizens, members, and advocates.
b. Provide guidance and recommendations to develop well-informed voting citizens and leaders.

c. Tabulate and publish general statistics of active and inactive Deaf voters through a confidential self-assessment process.

d. Consult election boards at state levels to ensure accessibility, support, and vote rights for Deaf voters and applicants.

Electioneering communication – Communication Affairs

a. Study and make recommendations for better communication accessibility to the targeted Deaf audience and voting citizens.

b. Conduct candidate interviews, debates, and forums to promote awareness and provide uniform decisions reflecting public policies on Deaf-related issues.

c. Solicit and field questions regarding political ideas and manifestoes of each candidate.

d. Develop, distribute, and maintain non-partisan and equitable political platform analysis reports.

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