Maryland's voting system accommodates voters with disabilities by offering an audio ballot. Using headphones, the voter listens to the ballot and records the vote using a keypad. Both the headphones and keypad are provided. To assure the privacy of the voter, the voting unit's screen is blank while the audio ballot feature is being used.
A magnified ballot is provided for voters who have low vision.
An adjustable screen is available to accommodate voters who prefer or need to sit while voting.