What options do voters with disabilities have?

The County Clerk's Office is committed to enhancing access to the polls to make it easier for disabled voters to cast ballots independently. Several assistance programs and services are available, including absentee voting, wheelchair-accessible voting equipment and voting aids. For more information, call 309-786-VOTE, 309-786-8683 or 309-558-3571.

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1. What options do voters with disabilities have?
2. Can a registered voter sign petitions for candidates of more than one political party for the same primary election?
3. May a voter who voted Republican in the last primary election now sign a petition for a Democratic candidate?
4. What could happen if a voter signs one party's petitions for the primary election but requests another party's ballot at that primary election?
5. Do I have to declare a political party preference?
6. Is a lottery conducted for party placement on the ballot?
7. How can I help with elections?
8. May I use a cell phone in the polling place?
9. What's on my ballot?