ACCESSIBLE VOTING OPTIONS
- Vote absentee by mail
- Vote absentee in person
- Vote in person inside the polling place
- Vote curbside
There is at least one voting machine accessible to voters with disabilities at each polling place. Voters with a disability should be able to vote in the same private and independent manner as a voter without a disability. Virginia polling places, including in-person absentee voting locations, are required to meet state and federal accessibility standards. You can find:
- Accessible Parking places
- Curb where needed
- Signs showing an accessible entrance and route in building
- Accessible voting booth with chair
- Seating available for voters waiting to vote
- Sufficient space for voters in wheelchairs
- Notepads available to communicate in writing
- Magnifiers for election material and the ballot
CURBSIDE VOTING AND OTHER ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE
- If you require assistance reading or completing forms, ask an election official to provide help. You may also bring your own helper.
- If you have a physical disability, help is available. Please ask an election officer for assistance you may need at any stage of the voting process.
- If you are 65 or older, or you have a physical disability, you may vote on election day without leaving your vehicle. This is called curbside voting.
- If you would like to use curbside voting, remember to bring a helper with you who can enter the polling place to ask for an election officer for curbside assistance.
RIDES TO POLLS PROVIDED BY FALLS CHURCH CITY DEMOCRATS
The Falls Church City Democratic Committee offers rides to Democratic voters voting in-person or curbside voting on General Election Day in November and during the valid Absentee in-person voting period. Schedule a ride by sending an email to email@example.com with your name, address, and telephone number, and you will receive a response as soon as possible. Remember, if you have questions, ask an election officer to explain your rights.
- Contact the Falls Church City local registration office at 703-248-5085 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Contact the Virginia Department of Elections at 800-552-9745 or email@example.com.
- TTY Phone Access for Hearing impaired: Contact Virginia Relay Service at 711 and ask them to call the Virginia Department of Elections at 800-552-9745.