Accessible Voting Information & Videos

Accessible Absentee Ballot Application

Voters with a visual impairment that require a ballot with accessible features may apply using the online Accessible Absentee Ballot Application portal:

Voters using the accessible absentee ballot system in need of printing services in order to print their ballot can access such services at certain public printing resources, including but not limited to, libraries, print stores, shipping stores, and office supply stores. Voters should contact their local printing resources for details on the printing services offered.

In-person voting using an accessible Ballot Marking Device (“BMD”) during early voting or on Election Day is still available to voters with a disability who do not want to vote by absentee ballot using the accessible absentee ballot system.

ImageCast - Accessible Voting

ImageCast - Scanning BMD Ballot

ImageCast - Using Paddle Device

ImageCast - Using Sip-N-Puff

ImageCast - Using the ATI