All voting locations are made as accessible as possible to people with disabilities or impaired mobility. If you find it difficult to enter a voting location, you may request an Election Official to bring a ballot to you in the parking lot or at curbside.
If you are unable to mark your own ballot or require a translator, you may ask an Election Official, friend or relative to help you. Anyone assisting an elector with filling out a ballot will be required to sign a Declaration of Persons Assisting an Elector to Mark a Ballot form.
The City has secured an "AutoMARK" voting machine for use in the advance voting opportunities at City Hall. This new voting machine can assist people with a wide range of disabilities or impairments to vote independently, rather than using an assistant to help them vote. The AutoMark ballot-marking machine will provide autonomy to voters who are blind, visually impaired, or have another disability or condition that makes it difficult for them to traditionally mark a ballot.