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  • Muscogee County voting office demonstrates machines optimized for disabled voter use

    Nichole Davis, executive director of Access2independence, talks about why providing resources to disabled voters is extremely important. The organization will be providing free transportation for voters on Saturday, Oct. 29. Rashad Jones, a man who is blind, gives a demonstration of the voting machine equipment.

Nichole Davis, executive director of Access2independence, talks about why providing resources to disabled voters is extremely important. The organization will be providing free transportation for voters on Saturday, Oct. 29. Rashad Jones, a man who is blind, gives a demonstration of the voting machine equipment. tchitwood@ledger-enquirer.com
Nichole Davis, executive director of Access2independence, talks about why providing resources to disabled voters is extremely important. The organization will be providing free transportation for voters on Saturday, Oct. 29. Rashad Jones, a man who is blind, gives a demonstration of the voting machine equipment. tchitwood@ledger-enquirer.com

Columbus is averaging 140 early voters an hour today

October 19, 2016 2:35 PM