St. Louis County Voting Equipment is simple, accurate, and secure. We offer both Touch-screen and Optical-scan.
- Know how to properly use your voting equipment and cast your ballot
- Ask for a demonstration or assistance from an election judge if you need
- Read the instructions posted in your polling place
- Second Chance Voting — if you accidentally over-vote your ballot
(mark more candidates for a race than to be elected), you will have the
opportunity to correct your ballot
The Help America Vote Act, which was designed to create improvements in administering elections in the United States, has presented a significant opportunity to better engage in often disenfranchised population into the the political process. For people with disabilities, barriers to voting have existed that have prevented better engagement in the voting process. Now, for voters with special needs, casting a ballot independently and privately is now easier than ever.
St. Louis County's IVotronic touch screen voting machine has the following features that meet the needs of almost every voter.
- Patented touch screen
- Large monochrome display
- Audio ballot function
- Braille-embossed keys