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Voter Education & Assistive Devices
The addition of accessible features to polling stations, such as a ramp, means that voters with physical disabilities are able to access polling centers and vote.
A Guatemalan voter shows off the ink on his finger, signifying that he has cast his vote on election day.
A Guatemalan citizen completes her ballot on election day in 2011.
A citizen uses a ramp to join other voters in casting their ballots on election day.
Adding accessible features benefits not only persons with disabilities but also those without.
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