Posted on July 10, 2008
For the General Election, any voter registered in the City of New York may use a BMD to vote in the poll site where they regularly vote.
For the Primary Election, any voter enrolled in a political party conducting a primary may use a BMD to vote in the poll site where they regularly vote.
HAVA does not provide a definition for disability, so any voter may use a BMD to prepare his/her ballot though voters should be aware that use of the audio ballot feature could require as much as 15 – 45 minutes to listen and cast a ballot.
KAVC asks Korean American voters to try BMD and send KAVC their experience using BMD. KAVC will ask the NYC Board of Elections to correct the problems Korean American voters may experience.
For more information, please call 718-961-4117.