What is an assisted voting device?
An assisted voting device enables voters with visual impairments, cognitive/learning disabilities, illiteracy, and limited mobility to vote privately and independently. This device can read the ballot, magnify the print, mark the ballot, and verify their votes on a paper ballot.
The device does not count or produce a ballot. Users must bring their own ballot.
Assisted voting device availability
We have AutoMARK machines available 20 days before Election Day located at the Auditors office or upon request.
Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee (VAAC)
The VAAC advises the Auditor's Office on ways to increase voter access to elections information and programs. Click here to learn more about the VAAC and the committee's current members.