If you experience difficulty in getting to the polls, or cannot easily
vote using a paper ballot, the City of London Election Services Office is pleased
to be able to offer the ImageCast voting device at City Hall advance polls.
Anton Mijatovic demonstrates the ImageCast device
|The ImageCast is a ballot marking device which allows a voter with
disabilities to privately and independently vote on a paper ballot. It
- headphones to hear the ballot presentation - you control the
volume and speed
- a hand held vote selector, with Braille labels and large
- assistive devices - sip & puff; paddles
- audio confirmation of the votes selected
- a printed ballot, indistinguishable from a ballot marked by hand
Once the accessible ballot is generated, it is placed in a ballot box
along with all the ballots marked by hand. This ballot box will be
opened and scanned at a central location on Election Night like all the
other ballots from across the City.
|Any voter from any ward is welcome to use the ImageCast
Ballot Marker Device.
will be available during advance poll dates at:
300 Dufferin Avenue
(corner of Wellington Street & Dufferin Avenue)
2nd floor, Committee Room #4
October 9, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16
10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
No appointment necessary.
Any qualified elector may appoint another person who is also a qualified
elector to vote on their behalf by completing a proxy certificate. The
certificate can be picked up in-person at the
, or you
can phone or e-mail us and request that we send you the certificate by mail.
Proxy applications will only be mailed to the person applying for the proxy,
not the person who will be voting. Proxy certificates are available
beginning September 13.
Accessible Voting Places
Election staff have made every effort to ensure that voting places are
accessible to all electors.