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Accessible voting in Pierce County


Voting Centers provide voters the opportunity to vote privately and independently using accessible touch screen voting equipment. Accessible voting units are easy to use, and Elections staff are available to assist voters.

Voting on accessible touch screen voting equipment is available 18 days prior to each election at the Pierce County Election Center during normal business hours. To vote on a touch screen, bring photo ID and don't return your ballot.

Other Voting Center locations (available depending on election)

Clover Park Technical College Rotunda - Bldg 3

Gig Harbor Civic Center

Pierce County Maintenance Facility

Puyallup Library

Tacoma Area Coalition of Individuals with Disabilities (TACID)



Find out which voting centers are open for each election by clicking link below.

Ballot Drop Boxes and Voting Center locations (map) 

Text Only List of Locations



Accessible Communities Advisory Committee seeks members. 
           
Volunteers sought to serve on the Accessible Communities Advisory Committee, which advises county policy makers on a variety of issues affecting people with disabilities (i.e. emergency plans, accessibility to buildings/events, voter access, inclusion, etc.). Committee membership is open to Pierce County residents who have interest, knowledge, experience with disability issues.

For more information, contact Brad Benoit, (253) 798-4332.  Application and meeting calendar


Additional assistance:

Center for Independence
(253) 582-1253 (voice)
800-724-8172

Hearing, Speech & Deafness Center
(253) 475-0782 (voice)
(253) 474-1748 (TTY) 
(253) 292-2209 (videophone)
                                                      
Tacoma Area Coalition of 
Individuals with Disabilities
(253) 565-9000 (voice)
711 (TTY)
          
A great video about accessible voting in Pierce County!   

            
           
               


For more information on accessible voting in Pierce County, call (253) 798-8683