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  1. Assistive Voting Device Compared to Electronic Systems (
      Provides a cost and administrative comparison." 01-06

  2. Assistive Voting Device Without Using a Computer (
      "The Voting-on-Paper Assistive Device (Vote-PAD) is an inexpensive, non-electronic, voter-assist alternative that helps most people with visual or dexterity impairments to vote independently."

      "The Vote-PAD can be used in any jurisdiction. It is customized to provide access to each precinctís hand-counted or optically-scanned paper ballot. All jurisdictions must offer provisional ballots during federal elections, and many also provide paper ballot backups in case voting machines break down." 01-06


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