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Accessible Vote by Mail

Interactive Sample Ballot

California law allows voters with disabilities the use of an Accessible Vote by Mail Ballot.

An accessible Vote by Mail Ballot allows voters with disabilities the ability to access, read and mark their ballots privately and independently on their personal assistive technology.



Accessible Vote by Mail Ballot

How to Use and Return an Accessible Vote by Mail Ballot



Requirements

Voters who use Accessible Vote by Mail must be a Permanent Vote by Mail voter or request a one-time Vote by Mail ballot. This is required so voters can return their printed ballot in the Official Return Envelope.

Visit the Vote by Mail page to learn how to become a Vote by Mail voter.

Voters will be prompted to certify that they are an eligible Vote by Mail voter with a disability.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Accessible Vote by Mail?
    Accessible Vote by Mail provides voters with disabilities an accessible means of completing a Vote by Mail ballot.
  • Am I eligible to complete an Accessible Vote by Mail Ballot?
    To mark and submit an Accessible Vote by Mail Ballot you must be a registered Vote by Mail voter with a disability.
  • What if I do not have my Vote by Mail return envelope?
    Please call 1-800-815-2666 or email votebymail@rrcc.lacounty.gov to request a new Vote by Mail packet.
  • How do I return my completed Accessible Vote by Mail Ballot?
    Either mail your ballot so that it is postmarked on or before election day, or drop your ballot at a drop box or vote center by 8 PM on Election Day. For a list of locations visit LAVote.net.
  • When do I need to return my completed Accessible Vote by Mail Ballot?
    Ballots must be received or postmarked by 8 PM PST on Election Day.

Contact Us

Have questions? Please contact our office by phone at 1-800-815-2666, or you may email us at ravbm@rrcc.lacounty.gov.

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