Voting for People With Disabilities

​​​image 2.jpg​​​​​​Curbside voting is available for persons unable to enter the polling place. Look for the accessible parking sign at the entrance. Please ask the judge for assistance or call or text the number posted on the curbside voting sign located at your vote center.

All polling places used by the Collin County Elections Office are accessible. Each polling location also has available magnifying sheets and audio equipment that reads the ballots and tactile buttons for visually impaired voters. All have wheelchair accessible voting machines.

Additionally, persons unable to read or write may bring an assistant of their choice to help with the voting process. Only the voter's union representative and employer are ineligible to assist. Election workers are also available upon request to assist.

Voters with disabilities 18 and older, those 65 years of age and older, and voters who expect to be out of the county during both the early voting period and election day may request a ballot be mailed to them or download and print the application now. Applications for a Ballot by Mail are also available from the Collin County Elections Office. For further information on voting a ballot by mail check out the Secretary of State's pamphlet.