(1) Except as otherwise specified by law, the provisions of this section apply.
(2) Whenever a signature is required by an elector under a provision of this title
and the elector is unable because of a disability to provide a signature, the elector
may provide a fingerprint, subject to subsection (6), or an identifying mark or may
request that an agent, election administrator, or election judge sign for the elector
as provided in this section.
(3) If an elector is unable to provide a fingerprint or an identifying mark and the
elector has not established an agent pursuant to subsection (4), the election administrator
or an election judge may sign for the elector after reviewing and verifying the elector's
(4)(a) An elector who is unable to provide a signature may apply to the election administrator
to have another person designated as an agent for purposes of providing a signature
or identifying mark required pursuant to this title and for providing any other assistance
to the elector throughout the registration and voting process. The use of an agent is a reasonable accommodation under the provisions of 49-2-101(19)(b).
(b) An application for designation of an agent by an elector under this section must
be made on a form prescribed by the secretary of state. The secretary of state shall by rule establish the criteria that must be met and
the process that must be followed in order for a person to become a designated agent
for a disabled elector pursuant to this subsection (4).
(5) If an election administrator or election judge signs or marks a document for an
elector pursuant to this section, the election administrator or election judge shall
initial the signature or mark.
(6) A disabled elector may not be required to provide a fingerprint.
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