Voter Accessibility Resources

Here at UW, we believe that nothing should get between you and your right to vote. With that in mind, we've compiled this list of voter accessibility resources. As are all parts of this site, this page is a working document. Email to let us know if there's a resource you know of (or a resource you need) that we haven't yet listed, and we'll update this page as soon as possible. 

For Voters with Disabilities

Visit the websites of both the Washington Secretary of State and King County Elections for information about accessible voting pamphlets, accessible voting units, assistance voting, the online ballot marking program, and more. 

Washington Secretary of State

King County Elections

Address Confidentiality Program

Survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, or trafficking, and Criminal Justice Affiliates, Election Officials, and Protected Health Care Workers who are a target for threats or harassment are entitled to a substitute mailing address to receive mail. Learn more about obtaining a confidential address so you can exercise your right to vote without fear for your safety. 

Address Confidentiality Program (ACP)