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2010 By-elections – Video about the Assistive Voting Device

This video shows a simulation of how the assistive voting device can be used to assist electors with various disabilities in marking their ballots independently. The device also allows electors to vote in secrecy through the use of a privacy screen, headphones and a secrecy box placed over the printer. The device marks a regular ballot that, once deposited into the ballot box, is indistinguishable from others and is counted according to Elections Canada’s usual process.

Transcript of video