I’m disabled, how can I vote?

Accessible Polling Places

All vote centers have been chosen with special needs voters in mind. Each location will provide handicap parking and be able to accommodate individuals in wheelchairs, as well as, individuals with visual or hearing impairments. Often times a temporary modification will be made to the polling location providing easier accessibility for the voter.

Accessible Voting Systems

All vote centers must have an accessible voting device for use by voters with disabilities. These machines can be adjusted for vision difficulty and have headphones to have the ballot read to the voter.  In addition to the accessible voting devices, each poling location will have magnifying instruments, large print versions of the publicity pamphlets, and trained poll workers who are ready to assist you.

Curbside Voting

All vote centers in use in Cochise County are fully American with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant under Federal law.  As such, disabled voters are welcome into the polling locations to cast their vote and curbside voting isn’t required.  Because there are no pre-printed paper ballots at our vote centers, all voters are required to vote on the electronic machines which are not able to be moved outside, or to the curb, due to the sensitive computer equipment inside the machines.

Active Early Voting

If you have a permanent physical disability, you may request to be placed on the Active Early Voter List (AEVL). You will be mailed a ballot for each election that you are eligible for and can vote from the comfort and convenience of your own home.

Register to be a permanent early voter at ServiceArizona or contact the Recorder’s Office at 520-432-8358.

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1. How do I know it's safe to vote by mail?
2. What Legislative and Congressional District represent Cochise County?
3. How can I find out if I am registered?
4. When does one have to re-register?
5. How can I register or re-register to vote?
6. I’m registered independent. Can I vote in the Primary election?
7. Who can vote in the Presidential Preference Election (PPE)?
8. I didn’t vote in the primary election – can I vote in the general election?
9. What are vote centers?
10. Where do I vote on Election Day?
11. How can I vote early?
12. Do early votes really get counted and is it safe to vote early?
13. What if I make a mistake on my early ballot – what do I do?
14. How do I use the machines at the vote center to cast my vote?
15. How can I save my time on election day, so I don’t have to wait?
16. What hours are the polls open on Election Day?
17. Where do I drop off my early ballot on Election Day?
18. What identification do I need to provide to vote in person on election day?
19. What’s a provisional ballot and why do I have to vote one?
20. Why did I have to vote a Conditional Provisional Ballot? What’s the difference?
21. I had to vote Provisional. Will it count, and how do I determine if my vote was counted?
22. I’m disabled, how can I vote?
23. Is election information available in English and Spanish?
24. What is a vote by mail election?
25. Why does it take so long to know who won?
26. I’ve decided to run for office, what do I need to know?
27. What is a Partisan Office?
28. What is a Non-Partisan Office?
29. Who can sign my petitions?
30. If I don't win in the Primary Election, Can I run as an independent or write-in in the General Election?
31. How do I run as a write-in candidate?
32. How do I challenge a candidate?
33. How do I get copies of my competitor’s nomination petitions?
34. How can I find out more information on the candidates?
35. How do I become a Precinct Committeeman?