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The DRTx Voting Rights Team is available to assist you with conducting an accessibility audit for your polling site and providing training to your polling site workers on disability voting rights. Call our Voting Rights Hotline at 1-888-796-VOTE (8683) to schedule an audit or a training. In addition, the following resources are available to help you ensure your polling site is fully accessible during early voting and on election days.

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Election Workers Guide to Serving Voters with Disabilities

This guide provides tips for how election workers can serve voters with disabilities. The guide provides both general and specific tips, including tips for serving voters who use wheelchairs, voters who are blind, voters who are deaf, and more. Continue reading Election Workers Guide to Serving Voters with Disabilities

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ExpressVote Voting System

The ExpressVote Voting System may be used at your polling place during elections. Learn about the technology and get familiar with its features. Continue reading ExpressVote Voting System

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Instructions for Hart Touch Voting System

A Hart direct-record electronic (DRE) voting system may be used at your polling place during elections. Get familiar with the system and how to navigate it. Continue reading Instructions for Hart Touch Voting System

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Understanding HB 658 for Residential Care Facilities

Under a new state law (House Bill 658), when residential care facilities (RCFs) request five or more absentee ballots, counties are required to send election judges to deliver the ballots during early voting and oversee voting at those homes, providing assistance if necessary. This handout provides information to help RCFs with the new process. Continue reading Understanding HB 658 for Residential Care Facilities

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Polling Place Accessibility Survey (Short Version)

A brief survey for voters, poll workers, or election officials to complete to determine if their polling site is accessible to people with disabilities. Continue reading Polling Place Accessibility Survey (Short Version)

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Voting Machine Accessibility Features

List of links to various YouTube videos that demonstrate the use of voting machine accessibility features for people with disabilities. Continue reading Voting Machine Accessibility Features

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Basic Guide to Polling Place Accessibility

How to check if a polling place is accessible and in compliance with the law. Continue reading Basic Guide to Polling Place Accessibility

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Polling Place Accessibility & Ensuring Effective Interaction

This handout covers how to ensure a polling place is accessible and provides tips for effectively interacting with people with disabilities. Continue reading Polling Place Accessibility & Ensuring Effective Interaction

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