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Dominicans with disabilities are trained to be election observers and serve as poll workers for elections in the Dominican Republic.
Participants in a training for election observers discuss the different ways to mark a ballot in the Dominican Republic.
A participant training to become an election observer writes down relevant election laws.
A poll worker checks the registration information of a voter on election day in the Dominican Republic. (2012)
A voter with a visual disability casts his vote on election day in 2012.
Trained election observers are ready for election day in 2013.
Voters with and without a disability line up to vote on election day.
Voters wait as poll workers verify their identity on election day in 2013.
A voter with a disability makes his way to a polling center to vote.
Youth leaders show off their certificates after completing a training.
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