How do you accommodate voters with disabilities?
Only 1 polling location, Ward 3, which votes at City Hall, does not have direct access into the polling room and is on a different level than where you enter the building. Voters are required to use either stairs or the elevator to get to the polling room on the 5th floor. The elevator can be accessed directly from the side entrance to City Hall (Rogers House side of building). It can also be accessed from the front entrance lobby; however, the voter must climb the front steps of City Hall if using that entrance. An election greeter will be located in front of City Hall to help direct voters to the polling room.


All polling locations have wheelchair-accessible voting booths, space available at tables in the room and the “One4All Accessible Voting System.” This system utilizes a tablet, headphones, and a printer to assist voters who are hearing or visually impaired. This booth is also large enough to accommodate a wheelchair.


If you require assistance at any time, please ask an Election Official for help. He or she will not be able to answer questions about or discuss the individual candidates, but they can assist you in filling out your ballot at your direction. Voters with a disability can also bring someone to assist them; they do not have to have an Election Official assist them. (The exception is the person assisting can’t be the voter’s employer or union representative.) Anyone who is assisting the voter must take an oath.

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1. How do I register to vote in Lebanon?
2. Where do I register to vote?
3. What documentation do I need to register to vote?
4. Can you register to vote without a Photo ID?
5. What if I do not have photo ID?
6. Can I register to vote at the polls on Election Day?
7. In which voting ward do I reside (ie. where do I vote)?
8. Why is there an election official stationed at the voting machine?
9. If I was interested in helping out at the polls on Election Day, whom should I contact?
10. How do I properly put the ballot into the voting machine?
11. How can I learn more about elections?
12. Can I vote by absentee ballot simply because I don’t want to go to the polls on Election Day?
13. When requesting an absentee ballot, can my spouse or someone else sign the absentee ballot request form for me if I am not available to do it myself?
14. Will I be notified if my absentee ballot is not counted?
15. Can I email my request for an absentee ballot to the City Clerk’s Office?
16. When I request an absentee ballot, how can I find out when my request was received and when my ballot was mailed to me?
17. Can my spouse or parent return my absentee ballot for me?
18. Why does the Ballot Clerk ask for me to speak my name and address?
19. At times, why are there people sitting behind the ballot clerks watching voters check in?
20. What if I make a mistake on my ballot?
21. Is the Moderator looking to see how a voter voted when they process the absentee ballots?
22. When inserting my ballot into the voting machine, do I put the ballot in face up or face down?
23. Why is there an election official stationed at the voting machine watching me put my ballot in the machine?
24. What happens after completing a Challenged Voter Affidavit (CVA)?
25. What is Electioneering?
26. How many election officials are there per ward?
27. How do you accommodate voters with disabilities?
28. What do the Election Officials do?