Section 3.1 states:
Every citizen of Liberia who has attained the age of eighteen (18) years or older, may register as a voter except one who has been judicially declared to be incompetent or of unsound mind or who has been disenfranchised as a result of conviction of an infamous crime and has not been restored to citizenship…
Section 3.22 states:
The Clerk of the Monthly and Probate Court in any county or district shall furnish or send to the appropriate Magistrate of Elections, upon adjudication, the names and addresses of all persons who have been judicially declared incompetent or of unsound mind together with the incompetent voter’s card previously obtained before such declaration or decree by the court.
Section 3.24 states:
Any person whose name is removed from a Registration Roll because he/she was judicially declared incompetent or of unsound mind or because he/she was convicted and sentenced for an offense disenfranchising him as a voter, when no longer disqualified and restored to citizenship, may have his name added to a Registration Roll by re-registration or by making a claim in accordance with the Provisions of Section 3.11 of this title.
Section 5.1 states:
Except one who has been judicially declared to be incompetent or of unsound mind, or who has been barred from voting as a result of his/her conviction and imprisonment for an infamous crime which disenfranchised him as a voter and has not been restored to full citizenship, a Liberian citizen who has attained the age of 18 years or above with a valid registration card may vote at any election in the voting precinct of the electoral district for which he/she is registered.
Section 1.6 states:
Any person required by this title to sign his name may, upon satisfying an attesting witness that he is unable to write, make a mark of the right thumb which shall be witnessed by the attesting witness.
Section 3.2(b) states:
Registration officers shall give preference to persons with disabilities at registration centers.
Section 3.2(c) states:
The location and arrangement of the registration centers shall, to the extent which is reasonably and practicably possible, be accessible to persons with disabilities.
Section 4.2 states:
…(1)(b) Polling officers shall give preference to persons with disabilities at the polling places. (1)(c) The location and arrangement of the Polling Places shall, to the extent which is reasonably and practicably possible, be accessible to persons with disabilities…
Section 5.8 states:
A voter who is unlettered or incapacitated may request the assistance of a person of his/her choice to mark his/her ballot in secret, provided that the person giving assistance shall be a registered voter. The Clerk shall enter on the register opposite the name of the assisted voter, the reason of such assistance. The one assisting the voter shall retire with him/her in an unoccupied compartment and, at the direction of the voter, help in preparation and marking of his/her ballot paper and return the ballot paper properly folded for deposit in the ballot box.