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Accessible Voting

In Idaho, we are committed to ensuring that every eligible citizen can exercise their right to vote with ease and confidence.

Accessible Voting in Person

Voting locations on Election Day and for early voting meet federal requirements for accessibility. Each location is required by law to provide accessible voting equipment that offers features such as audio transcription of the ballot, the ability to enlarge or zoom in on text, adjust contrast, and adaptations for marking the ballot. You can review and change your selections on accessible voting equipment and request a new ballot from a poll worker if you make a mistake. These ballots are counted in the same manner as all other ballots.ā€Æ

Assistance with Voting

If you need assistance in the voting booth, you can bring someone with you to assist in the voting process or request help from an election worker. Contact your county elections office for more information.

Questions or need assistance? Reach out to your county elections office.

Voting Absentee

Absentee voting allows you to vote without leaving your home. Any registered voter in Idaho may request an absentee ballot to be mailed to their address.