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Georgians with disabilities act as voters and election observers, conduct interviews with local media, and assist election officials in developing inclusive elections.
In late 2013, a Georgian television program aired a political debate with a Georgian sign language interpreter available for Georgians who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
In 2013, a voter uses a mobile ballot box to cast her ballot.
Students from Georgia University record a civic education textbook about the electoral rights of Georgian citizens (including citizens with disabilities).
A Georgian voter is interviewed by journalists outside of a polling center on election day in 2012.
Georgian citizens attend a conference on electoral rights for persons with disabilities.
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