'We don't read print': Blind voters say new accessible ballot measures fall short

In 2022, New York rolled out a new accessible voting option for blind residents, allowing them to fill out their ballots electronically using screen reader technology. Roughly 1,000 people requested the accessible ballots for the 2022 general election, but blind voters say there are still issues that need to be worked out, such as the requirement to print and mail in the ballots.

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