The Goals of Accessible Voting
Every voter can vote independently and privately, using the systems used by other voters.
All voters must be able to get to, and move around inside, all polling places.
Polling places must include voting machines or methods that work for all voters.
For on-line voting, the website must be designed so that all voters can use it.
For voting by telephone, the telephone call system must work for all voters.
For mail-in voting, the ballot and mailing system must be designed so all voters can use them.
Accessible voting is about more than voting machines. It includes physical access, integration with individual voters' assistive technology, and information available in language and formats that meet the needs of all.