Compared to 2000, the proportion of polling places without potential impediments increased and almost all polling places had an accessible voting system
. In 2008, based upon our survey of polling places, we estimate that 27.3 percent of polling places had no potential impediments in the path from the parking to the voting area--up from16 percent in 2000; 45.3 percent had potential impediments but offered curbside voting; and the remaining 27.4 percent had potential impediments and did not offer curbside voting.
Further, any paper ballot that is an official vote record must be accessible, and an independent testing process must be in place to verify that a voting system
conforms to the VVSG access requirements.
The Czech voting system
is rightly criticized for its inability to deliver a stable majority government that is capable of making decisions.
You think the show's voting system
is at fault and needs changing...
LEOs were highly satisfied with whatever voting system
they used but were less supportive of other kinds.
The city paid $293,000 for the Accu-Vote System, which replaced a punch-card voting system
it had used for nine years.
But election day will also offer voters a chance to comment on a much more radical and far-reaching proposal to alter Ontario's electoral process; for there will also be a referendum on the provincial voting system
have undergone a huge change in the past 6 years.
Proposals to modify the voting system
in Quebec are not new.
Nor can he explain to us why it's important to find a voting system
that significantly decreases the opportunities for voter suppression.
Tallinn, Estonia is to trial an electronic voting system
that could give some people the choice of voting online next year.
The change was needed because of the disparity between the voting system
in the Committee and the weighted voting system
in use under the European Fusion Development Agreement.