Accessible voting options
There are other ways to vote besides voting by mail.
Online ballot marking program
- Any registered voter can use the online ballot marking program.
- Voters with disabilities can mark their choices on the ballot online. The online ballot marking program has been designed specifically to enable voters who are blind or have low vision to cast a private ballot.
- If a voter's ballot is damaged or lost, the voter may mark their ballot on a computer and print it out. Return it by mail or at a ballot drop box before the 8 p.m. election day deadline.
- Overseas and service voters may request to permanently receive their ballot using this program.
Accessible voting centers
Accessible voting centers are available for voters that need assistance. Each center has voting machines that offer audio or large print ballots, and other assistive devices. Elections staff are available to assist as needed. Mail ballots can also be dropped off at any voting center, when open, without needing a stamp.
Other accessible voting options
If one of the above options doesn’t work for you, please contact us for further assistance.