Each polling place is equipped with an OmniBallot ballot marking device that makes it easier for people with disabilities to vote independently and privately. On Election Day, let an election judge know that you need to use the OmniBallot to mark your ballot. The OmniBallot Judge will demonstrate how to use it.
When using the machine, voters will have the option to listen to an audio version of the ballot through earphones or view the ballot on a screen that has options for reverse contrast and larger type. The audio description can be used alone or in conjunction with a screen version of the ballot. The vote will be recorded by touch screen, key pad or other adaptive method.