(1) The election administrator shall provide individuals with disabilities and elderly
individuals an alternative means for casting a ballot on election day if they are
assigned to an inaccessible polling place. These alternative means for casting a ballot include:
(a) delivery of a ballot to the elector as provided in 13-13-118;
(b) voting by absentee ballot in person at a designated voting station at the county
election administrator's office; and
(c) prearranged assignment to an accessible polling place within the county.
(2) An elector with a disability or an elderly elector assigned to an inaccessible
polling place who desires to vote at an accessible polling place:
(a) shall request assignment to an accessible polling place by notifying the election
administrator in writing at least 7 days preceding the election;
(b) must be assigned to the nearest accessible polling place for the purpose of voting
in the election;
(c) shall sign the elector's name on a special addendum to the official precinct register
as required in subsection (4); and
(d) must receive the same ballot to which the elector is otherwise entitled.
(3) For the purpose of subsection (2), the ballot cast at an alternative polling place
must be processed and counted in the same manner as an absentee ballot.
(4) The name of an elector who has been assigned to vote in a precinct other than
the precinct in which the person is registered, as provided in subsection (2), must
be printed on a special addendum to the precinct register in a form prescribed by
the secretary of state.
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