Help for Voters with Disabilities
On this page, you will find accessible voting options and assistance available to voters with disabilities. We are committed to making voting as accessible as possible for all North Carolina residents. To let us how we can improve voting accessibility, call us at (866) 522-4723 (toll-free) or (919) 814-0700. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find our policy for alternative formats and contact information for our ADA Coordinator at North Carolina State Board of Elections Accessibility Policy for Alternative Formats.
Accessible Voting Sites and Assistance
Federal and state laws require early voting locations and Election Day polling sites to be accessible. Find details about accessible voting equipment and receiving voting assistance at Accessible Voting Sites.
Are you unable to enter the voting site? Curbside voting is available for eligible individuals. For more information, visit Curbside Voting.
Accessible Absentee Voting for Blind and Visually Impaired Voters
If you are a blind or visually impaired voter, you may request, mark, and return an accessible absentee ballot online through the N.C. Absentee Ballot Portal. It is compatible with screen readers and allows for a digital or typed signature. Learn how it works at Accessible Absentee Voting.
Assistance for Facility Residents
If you live at a facility such as a hospital, clinic, or nursing home, find out how to receive assistance with mail-in voting and other services provided by a multipartisan assistance team (MAT) at Assistance for Voters in Care Facilities.