Know Your Rights: Voting While Disabled
•You have the right to an accessible voting location- with a loading area, clearly marked ramps and accessible entrances.
•You have the right to request a chair while waiting in line. (or curbside-voting in some locations, call your local Election Commission for details)
•You have the right to vote on an accessible voting machine.
•You have the right to assistive technology, including: a qualified reader, information in large print or braille; accessible electronic information; audio recordings of printed information, Video Remote Interpreting, captioning, and more.
•You also have the right to have anyone you choose assist you in the voting booth, including a poll worker.
Reminder— you will need to ASK for these accommodations, they will not be offered to you.
If you run into any issues, contact the ACLU Voter Protection Hotline at (877) 523-2792
Visit the following links for more information:
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