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ADA - Maricopa County Elections Department Voter Assistance

Maricopa County Election Department's Assistance Program strives to ensure equal access to the electoral process for all citizens and to provide the assistance some voters may require based on physical or mental abilities, mobility concerns, or language skill sets.

Voter Assistance

Poll workers are available to assist voters with language translations, instructions on process, and with the physical act of voting.

For information about voting assistance for voters with disabilities or on how to obtain an Early Ballot, follow our information on this page or call: 602-506-1511.

General Election Information

Alternative Formats:
How to Use Touch Screen Voting Equipment

Information for Deaf Voters

From 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday this service is available to assist the deaf public:

  • Register to vote.
  • Request an early ballot to be mailed to them.
  • Answer questions on the electoral process.
  • Clarify the new ID requirements for voting at the polls, to name just a few applications.

During the Early Voting Period voters will also have access during our extended business hours.




Information in Tohono O'odham

Community Partners

Just Vote Arizona
Sun Sounds Voter Information Project
Sun Sounds Voter Information Project

Sun Sounds of Arizona has partnered with The Citizens Clean Elections Commission to provide voters with audio voting information.

Prior to the elections voters can access printed election materials two ways: Prior to the elections V.I.P.'s can:

  • Call 480-774-8300 OR
  • Go to the Sun Sounds of Arizona website: sunsounds.org

Sun Sounds of Arizona

The New Sound of Information Access


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Press Release - County Recorder Adrian Fontes Announces Another First

June 8 ,2006 Phoenix, AZ – In today’s technological world Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes will be revealing a first in the nation - Deaf Link, a tool which will be used to assist the Deaf and Hard of Hearing voters. A demonstration of the Deaf Link will take place on Tuesday, June 13, 2006 at 9:30am at the Elections Operations Center (MCTEC), 510 South Third Avenue, Phoenix.

Deaf Link provides those who use American Sign Language as their language of choice an easier access to public information and assistance. Galludet University periodically conducts studies of standardized testing (such as the Stanford Achievement Test) with students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. For 17 and 18-year-olds in the deaf and hard of hearing student sample, the median Reading Comprehension subtest score corresponds to about a 4.0 grade level for hearing students. That means half of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing students at that age scored above the typical hearing student at the beginning of fourth grade, and half scored below. In 2000 there were 233,499 Hard of Hearing or Deaf (an 18% increase from 1996) and it is expected in 2010 there will be 289,190 Deaf or Hard of Hearing ( an increase of 46% from 1996).

Deaf Link, Inc is a San Antonio based company providing ASL (American Sign Language) translation services via video conferencing. The Deaf or Hard of Hearing do not have to wait for translation services – a simple click on the Deaf Link icon connects the service, and a translator appears on the screen to instantly provide interpretation.

Adrian Fontes hopes to provide the service to other agencies throughout the county. “Although we are providing voter assistance, we feel other Maricopa County agencies can take advantage of a much needed customer service.”

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