How to vote with the tablet to mark your ballot
At the voting location, you can choose to use the tablet to mark a paper ballot or use a pen to mark a paper ballot.
The tablet serves as a marking device that will print the voter’s choices on a piece of paper that is the ballot. All voters – including those with disabilities – can vote privately and independently.
1. Tell the poll worker you want to use the tablet
- The poll worker will give you a ticket.
- Take it to the tablet area.
- When it is your turn, a poll worker will activate the tablet so you can vote.
2. Mark your ballot
- Touch the box to the right of your choices. A check mark will appear in the box.
- To change your vote, touch the box again.
- To vote for a write-in candidate, touch the box to the right of the words WRITE-IN. A keyboard will pop up. Type the write-in candidate’s name, then touch OK.
3. Print your ballot
- Touch the screen to print your ballot.
- Your choices are printed on the ballot for you to review.
4. Cast your vote
- Take your ballot to the ballot box station.
- Deposit your ballot into the ballot box.