Accessible Voting for All Voters


Can you vote from home?

You can now use a computer or smart phone to vote from home using Remote Accessible Vote by Mail (RAVBM). RAVBM allows you to mark your ballot electronically, after which you will print and submit it. Contact our office for more information or go online to

Request a Remote Accessible Vote by Mail Ballot

How accessible are the polling places?

Some polling places will have temporary thresholds, ramps, signage, cones, and door props to improve accessibility. Please check in at a later time to find out more information.

Will there be curbside voting?

If needed, you may vote nearby a polling place from your vehicle. A poll worker will help you complete the required form(s) and return your ballot to the polling place.

To request curbside voting assistance, you must call in advance to coordinate a time and place or have an assistant request it at the polling place.

How accessible is the voting system?

All US polling places have a touch screen voting system with the following:

  • an audio option that reads the ballot to you.
  • a universal plug for a personal assistive device.
  • large print (24 point).

What other assistance can be offered?

Some additional assistance includes:

  • a ride to your polling place
  • audio versions of the candidate statements are available on request. The recordings are available approximately four weeks before the election.
  • a ballot delivered to your home and returned to the Elections Office.

How do you request assistance?

Below is a list of facilities that can be reached for additional assistance on or before election day. Types of assistance offered will vary between each place.

Shasta County Clerk & Registrar of Voters



CA Secretary of State



CA Relay

711 or 800-735-2922



Disability Rights California

Election Day hotline: 1-888-569-7955

From 7am-8pm on Election Day

Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee (VAAC)