Accessible voting - What are your options?
|Audio-Tactile Interface (ATI)|
The Ballot Marking Device services accessible voters (voters who cannot mark a paper ballot with a pen, and require the unit's Ballot Marker Device to generate a marked ballot).
The accessible voter uses the Audio-Tactile Interface, Sip and Puff Device or Paddle Button Device along with headphones to navigate their way through the audio ballot.
After the voter has confirmed their selections, the Ballot Marking Device will print a paper copy of their marked ballot for them.
|Automated Voting Machine (AVM)|
Audio voting is available at the Community Advance Voting locations. Braille templates, along with large print listings of candidates, are also available in all voting places.
A person may request assistance from an Election Officer or a companion when voting.