Voting assistance and curbside voting are offered to disabled voters.
Aged and disabled persons allowed to vote outside voting enclosure. In any primary or election any qualified voter who is able to travel to the voting place, but because of age, or physical disability and physical barriers encountered at the voting place is unable to enter the voting place or enclosure to vote in person without physical assistance, shall be allowed to vote either in the vehicle conveying such person to the voting place or in the immediate proximity of the voting place.
Assistance to voters in primaries and general elections. In a primary or general election, a registered voter qualified to vote in the primary or general election shall be entitled to assistance in getting to and from the voting booth and in preparing his ballots in accordance with the following rules:
1. Any voter shall be entitled to assistance from a near relative of his [her] choice.
2. Any voter in any of the following four categories shall be entitled to assistance from a person of the voter's choice, other than the voter's employer or agent of that employer or officer or agent of the voter's union:
-One who, on account of physical disability, is unable to enter the voting booth without assistance;
-One who, on account of physical disability, is unable to mark his ballots without assistance;
-One who, on account of illiteracy, is unable to mark his ballots without assistance;
-One who, on account of blindness, is unable to enter the voting booth or mark his ballots without assistance.
Please visit your state's resource for additional information. You can also utilize the American Association of People With Disabilities (AAPD) resource.