All polling locations are required to be accessible to persons with disabilities. This includes accessibility to the polling place and devices to make the voting machine accessible.
You may have assistance voting on Election Day: Anyone who assists you must do so according to your instructions, without trying to influence your vote. Your assistant is strictly prohibited from telling others how you voted. Please speak to an Officer of Election at your polling location if you wish to have assistance voting.
You may vote curbside on Election Day: If you have a physical disability, or you are 65 years or older, you may vote from your car. You will need to send someone inside the polling place to get an Officer of Election to assist with you with voting curbside.
You may vote absentee before Election Day: Absentee voting begins 45 days before most elections. You may want to consider voting absentee by mail or in person before Election Day to avoid standing in lines. For more information, please visit our Absentee Voting page.