Oklahoma ABLE Tech
Oklahoma State University
Toll free: 800-257-1705
Help America Vote Act
Voters who have access needs play a large part in elections. Twenty percent of those
participating in elections will have some kind of access need. Polling places must have
accessible voting systems for persons with disabilities.
The most frequent types of
Difficulty standing 10.4%
Difficulty walking 9.8%
Cognitive difficulties 7.0%
Difficulty seeing 3.4%
Oklahoma is one of only five states that has an opportunity to make
voting more accessible to everyone.
Would you like to try out the accessible voting machine?
Oklahoma ABLE Tech is looking for participants to test the accessible features. We are
taking appointments and looking for opportunities to bring the voting machine to you.
Your valuable input will help improve access so all voters can vote independently at
Shape the way voting machines are made, and how they are used by polling places.
Be a self-advocate ... Vote on your own…
Any type of disability, hearing, visual, motor, cognitive.
Participate in a brief survey before and after the demonstration and example voting.
Participants may receive $10 for their participation.
• Paid for by the Election Assistance Commission.