The right to vote is a time honored American right. But for some, that right is harder to exercise than for others. Those with disabilities can feel disenfranchised due to basic hurdles, such as curbs and doorways, or the ability to see and handle a ballot. Others may be challenged by a language barrier. And still others who are serving our country through the military, or live overseas, could be challenged due to lack of easy access to a post office or computer.