I’m back from voting. Turnout at my polling place was heavy; for the first time since we had the Votemark machines for the visually impaired, I had to wait in line to use that machine. This is good!
I met two of my colleagues at the polls, Charlie Reardon, who has been a poll worker at my precinct for five years, and my chairman Jack Harris. I talked with them about today’s election and what it was like for people with disabilities to vote:
Get out and vote if you haven’t already done so! If you’re visually impaired, ask to use the new Votemark machines.