This article by Courtney Everett is published by the Wisconsin Public Radio:
Election Day is Tuesday and advocates for those who are blind and visually impaired are pushing for changes to the state’s absentee ballots.
Wisconsin voters can request an absentee ballot, but the Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired says the state does not have a ballot for absentee voting that is compliant with the American Disabilities Act.
Denise Jess, who is blind, voted absentee in November which required having someone read the ballot aloud and mark her ballot. She said her ability to vote privately and independently is sacrificed when she votes by mail.
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