Assistance for disabled and visually impaired voters
There are a number of provisions in place for people with disabilities. These include a device called a 'selector', which enables blind or partially-sighted people to vote unaided. There are ramps allowing easier access to polling stations, and provision for voters who are unable to vote without assistance to be helped by a companion. Alternatively, a blind or partially-sighted voter can request assistance from the presiding officer on duty.
More information about how to vote can be found on GOV UK
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