Have the voter complete a Declaration of Need of Assistance.
No. Voters with disabilities can choose to vote independently, or they can have someone help them vote.
Yes. Voters with disabilities can bring assistive devices. Some devices are plugged into the ballot marking device to help them vote.
Yes. Every polling place must have an accessible ballot marking device.
Question 5: Which of the following are good tips for interacting with voters with disabilities?
A - Speak directly to the voter, even when someone is there to assist them.
B - Be attentive, patient and allow the voter to complete their thoughts or actions.
C - Do not automatically assist unless the voter clearly needs help or has asked for assistance.
D - All of the above.