New technology rolls out for voters with disabilities


More than one-in-six eligible voters in the U.S. have a disability in sight, hearing, mobility or others. In the past, significant numbers of those voters have had difficulty accessing a polling place or reading a ballot.

As Zein Al Maha Oweis reports, the D.C. Board of Elections has dedicated resources to improving access and rolled out new equipment.

Editor: Jordan Connell

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  1. What a great segment. I had no idea all of the accommodations that are available to people with disabilities. So important. Thank you for educating us.

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