In September 2020, the Combined Disabilities Association LTD (CDA) and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) produced two posters of voter education, for the Jamaican public. The posters detail the rights and responsibilities that voters with disabilities have while exercising their right to vote. The posters are attached below, as well as a description of each.
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Voters with disabilities. Your rights and responsibilities.
You have the right to vote if your name is on the list of electors.
You can ask the Presiding Officer to mark your ballot according to your instructions in the presence of polling station staff and sworn agents of candidates.
Having taken the Oath of Secrecy, no one, including your family member or trusted friend, is allowed to disclose how you voted.
According to the law, a family member or trusted friend can assist you to vote.
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[The text of the second poster reads]
Your responsibilities: make a plan in advance for voting on Election Day!
Know where your polling station is located. Contact the Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ) to confirm your polling station:
Telephone: (876) 922-0425-9
Toll-Free: (888) 991-VOTE (8683)
or visit the EOJ's website at: www.ecj.com.jm
Identify a family member or trusted friend who can help you vote if you need assistance.
Take your voter's identification card with you to the polling station to facilitate the identification process.
After voting, dip your right index finger in the ink.
For more information contact us at:
18 Ripon Road, Kingston 5, Jamaica
Telephone: (876) 929-1177 or (876) 968-9784
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