Accessibility Issues With Candidates’ Websites 2018

Here we go again. Candidates want to reach as many voters as they can with their promises and platforms and are increasingly relying on social media to do so.

However, just like the previous campaign, there are website accessibility issues.

If so little thought is given to being inclusive, how will these candidates indicate their commitment to identifying, removing, and preventing barriers and comply with legislation?

2 thoughts on “Accessibility Issues With Candidates’ Websites 2018

  1. I would love to have some input as to how I can make my website more accesible.
    I did try to use fonts that would be better but I am always willing to learn other ways or better tools to help make me website usably for everyone.

    • Unfortunately, you did not proactively create an accessible website. If you wish to make it accessible, the onus is on you to research what is needed to remove barriers – something you will need to do if you are elected.

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