People Inc. Hosts Voter Registration and Demonstration at Museum of disABILITY History
The election season is in full swing after the Republicans and Democrats have wrapped up their national conventions. Now is the time to Get Out The Vote on issues and concerns that affect your quality of life locally, state-wide and nationally. You can learn about voting machines, register to vote and watch the live debates to see which candidate is taking the issue that are important to you to task.
In conjunction with the Erie County Board of Elections, there will be a demonstration of ES&S AutoMARK on Tuesday, September 18, at the Museum of disABILITY History, 3826 Main Street in Buffalo from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The AutoMark is a ballot marking device designed to provide privacy and accessibility to voters who are blind, vision-impaired or have a disability or condition that would make it difficult or impossible to mark a ballot. In addition, it provides language assistance to voters who are more comfortable speaking an alternative language or who have reading difficulties. The AutoMark ballot marking device is also equipped for Sip-N-Puff and paddle devices to assist voters with hand dexterity challenges.