What assistance is available at a voting center?
  • The ballot is available in four languages: English, Spanish, Vietnamese, and Chinese
  • Voting machines let you increase the font size or contrast on the screen
  • Curbside voting is available at every location for those who need it. You just need to ring the buzzer under the blue sign that is set in the parking lot.
  • Accessibility booths that are wider and have a separate control to accommodate mobility devices or a chair
  • Remote interpreters for those who need language assistance (i.e. American Sign Language, Arabic, Hindi)
  • Voting machines can hook up to components for voters with disabilities (i.e. Sip and Puff devices, headphones)

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1. What should I bring to vote?
2. What assistance is available at a voting center?
3. Is there straight ticket voting?
4. How do I know my ballot was cast?
5. What does "curing" a ballot mean?
6. How do I get a mail-in ballot?
7. What if my mail-in ballot was returned for corrections?