Arizona Secretary of State - Ken Bennett


 
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All polling places and vote centers in Arizona must be accessible to voters with special needs. Polling place and vote center personnel are trained to assist voters with special needs.  Voting should not be any more difficult for the physically, visually or hearing impaired voter!

Here’s how we can help:

  • Wheelchair Accessibility
    • Doors
    • Ramps
    • Elevators and stairs
    • Walkways
  • Handicapped Accessible Parking
    • Minimum of two spaces
    • Designated by signs bearing international symbol of access
    • Spaces located nearest to building
  • Curbside Voting
    • Voters who are physically unable to enter the polling place or vote center may ask that a ballot be brought to them by an election poll worker
  • Resources for the Visually and Hearing Impaired
    • Magnifying instruments
    • Large print version of publicity pamphlets
    • Paper and pencil/pen for hearing impaired
  • Alternative Means of Voting
    • Early Voting by Mail - Visit the County Recorder in your county for information.
    • Early Voting in Person at Designated Sites - Visit the County Recorder in your county for information.
    • Permanent Early Voting List - Visit the County Recorder in your county for information.
    • Assistance provided by person of voter’s choice or two election officials of opposite parties.

 

All polling locations and vote centers shall have an accessible voting device for use by voters with disabilities. Click below to see the accessible voting device being used in your County.

APACHE GREENLEE PIMA
COCHISE LA PAZ PINAL
COCONINO MARICOPA SANTA CRUZ
GILA MOHAVE YAVAPAI
GRAHAM NAVAJO YUMA

 

For more information regarding accessibility at the polls or vote centers, contact your County Elections Office.

To learn more about voting rights for persons with disabilities, visit the Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council (ADDPC) website.

Questions/input regarding this information may be directed to the Office of the Secretary of State at (602) 364-4700.