Assistance for Voters with Disabilities

On Tuesday, March 12, Phoenix voters will decide ballot measures relating to pension reform for municipal employees and security for public transit vehicles.

Accessible voting devices that permit voters with various disabilities to vote independently will be available for this Election. These electronic voting devices allow voters to cast a ballot using a touch screen. Voters may also vote by listening to an audio version of the ballot and using a keypad designed for the visually impaired to make choices. Both the touch screen and audio versions are available in either English or Spanish.

Accessible voting equipment is available at all voting centers and at the early voting locations. Phoenix City Hall is a voting center and an early voting location. The equipment will be available at City Hall from Feb. 14 through Election Day, March 12.  Call the election information line at 602-261-VOTE (8683), or Teletypewriter (TTY) at 602-534-2737, for additional information.


Alternative Format Sample Ballot and Publicity Pamphlet

The Sample Ballot and Publicity Pamphlet is made available in alternative formats upon request. These alternative formats include large print, Braille, computer diskette and audio cassette. In addition, to obtain the Pamphlet electronically, click here to add your name to a mailing list to receive an e-mail notification when the Pamphlet is available.


Alternative Format Ballots

The Ballot is also available in alternative formats, including large print and Braille, upon request. To request an alternative format of the Pamphlet or the Ballot, call the City Clerk Department Elections Division at 602-262-6837, or Teletypewriter (TTY) at 602-534-2737.  Requests for alternative formats must be received by Friday, Feb. 15, 2013.

For additional information about the Election please call the City Clerk Department at 602-261-VOTE (8683), or Teletypewriter (TTY) 602-534-2737.

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