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Vote Center and Ballot Drop Box Accessibility

Vote Center and Ballot Drop Box Accessibility

Every effort has been made to ensure all Vote Centers and ballot drop boxes meet accessibility standards.  Vote Centers and ballot drop boxes that do not meet these requirements are noted on our website and in the voter information guide.  Drive-thru only ballot drop boxes have posted signage with the address of the closest accessible ballot drop box location.

Ballot Marking Devices 

All Orange County Vote Centers will have a minimum of three accessible ballot marking devices.  
With a ballot marking device, a voter will be able to mark their ballot using the touch screen display, audio-tactile device, or their own assistive technology. The ballot marking device provides voters a private and independent voting experience. 

Assistance Available at Vote Centers

All Vote Centers will feature:
•    Accessible voting machines to mark your ballot
•    American Sign Language interpreter via video conferencing
•    Curbside voting with a paper ballot
•    Additional assistance upon request
•    Voters that are unable to mark a ballot may bring up to two individuals to assist in voting

Additional Resources for Voters with Disabilities

For any additional assistance:
•    Call the Registrar of Voters at 714-567-7600 or the toll-free number at 1-888-628-6837
•    Call the California Disability Rights Voting Hotline at 1-888-569-7955

Voters that are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech-disabled may use the California Relay Service (CRS) by dialing 711 to use the telephone system via a text telephone (TTY) or other devices to call OCROV’s Toll-Free Voter Phone Line. CRS supports the following modes of communication: TTY, VCO, 2LVCO, HCO, STS, VASTS, ASCII, or Voice.