Connecticut Polling Locations Offer New Assistive Technology for Disabled Voters

November 8, 2016

Today, November 8th, is Election Day and Connecticut Secretary of the State Denise Merrill reported that all Connecticut polling locations will offer new assistive technology for disabled voters, including touch screen tablets and audio programs designed for voters for visual or reading impairments. For more information, read the original story at WFSB 3 Connecticut here. For more information about voting for persons with a disability, visit the Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities website.


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