Materials can be provided in Braille, on audio tape, on CD or in Large Print.
To order any of the brochures on this website or to order a Voter Registration Application and instructions on how to fill it out, contact the Secretary of State Elections Division at:
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Note that Voter Registration Applications are available on this website in text-format and letter-size or large print PDF versions on the Registering to Vote page.
To order an application for an absentee ballot or a ballot to be used on Election Day, contact your county elections official or city clerk. Find county contact information with the Election Official Directory. Every county and most cities will have a TDD device for questions. Be sure to call early to provide adequate lead time for the election officials to provide the alternative format materials.
No. People with cognitive impairments are eligible to vote, except in the following circumstances:
However, in order to vote, persons with cognitive impairments must be able to mark their ballots or be able to indicate their choices to a person assisting them in marking their ballots. It is illegal for a person assisting a voter to attempt to influence the voter’s choices or to mark a ballot if the voter cannot communicate his or her wishes. For more information, please see the page on Voting for People With Cognitive Impairments and/or Under Guardianship.
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