Accessible Voting

Accessible Voting

 It is your right to vote privately and independently.  Please call the Coconino County Elections Department at (928) 679-7896 with questions about accessible voting in Coconino County, Arizona.

Voting by mail

Voting by mail gives any registered voter in Coconino County the opportunity to vote without having to travel to a voting location. Active Early Voting is an option for people with disabilities.

Learn more about voting by mail in Coconino County.

Accessible voting locations

Voting locations must be made accessible for all people, regardless of ability. Under Arizona and Federal law, all voters must be given the same opportunity for access and participation in the voting process.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects people with disabilities from receiving unequal treatment within state and local government services, programs, and activities (ADA, Title II). This law protects your right to vote by making sure that voters with disabilities have access to:

  • Accessible parking 
  • An accessible entrance
  • An accessible route to the voting area
  • Voting procedures
  • ADA Voting Equipment

The Help America Vote Act (HAVA) protects the right of people with disabilities to vote by making sure that:

  • Voting locations are easy to get to and to use
  • People who are blind or have problems seeing get the help they need
  • Voting is private and personal
  • Each polling location provides accessible voting equipment

Every voting location is required to have voting equipment that is ADA-compliant. These devices include features like audio ballots, large print/zoom features, and height and tilt adjustments on the screens.  Please let the election workers know if you have questions or need assistance with voting or using ExpressVote.

 Language Accessibility

In addition to being ADA accessible ExpressVote features English, Spanish, Navajo & Hopi ballot narration. Please let the election workers know if you have questions or need assistance with the ExpressVote.

Casting your ballot

Instructions for marking and casting your ballot are posted in each voting location. If you have any questions about how to mark or cast your ballot, or if you have incorrectly marked a ballot, contact an Election Worker for instructions.

Assistance at the voting location

If you need assistance, you may bring someone with you to help you vote, or you may ask for assistance from the election workers. You may ask anyone to help you vote except for the following people:

  • Your employer
  • An agent of your employer
  • An agent of your union

You may also get help in marking your ballot from trained Election Workers. Whoever helps you vote cannot tell you how to mark your ballot or provide information to others about how you voted.

Curbside voting (link to Curbside page...)

If you are unable to enter the voting place, you may vote curbside. Trained Election Workers will bring a ballot to you. You may sit in your car and vote, or you may vote at the door of the building.

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Eslir Musta
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Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Whitney Juszczak
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