Voting centers are available for voters that need assistance. Voters have the opportunity to privately and independently vote their ballot using the Accessible Voting Unit (AVU). This device gives voters a variety of accessibility options including audio, large font, touch screen input and tactile to assist voters in marking their ballot. Elections staff are available to assist as needed. Voters can also register to vote and get their ballot through Election Day.
Visit the Vote Center
Franklin County Auditor's Office 1016 N 4th Avenue Pasco, WA 99301
Online Ballot Marking
Any registered voter can visit VoteWA.gov and mark their ballot online.
The voter may mark their ballot on a computer and print it out. Return it by mail or at a ballot drop box before 8pm on Election Day.
Overseas and service voters may request to receive their ballot by email.
Other Accessible Voting Options
If one of the above options doesn't work for you, please contact us for further assistance.
Accessible Voting Resources
Franklin County Accessibility Plan
Franklin County Elections is committed to providing accessible voting options to voters with disabilities. To achieve this goal, the Elections Department meets with members of the Disability Advisory Committee to determine how best to meet the needs of voters with disabilities. Contact our office if you would like to be a part of the committee.
Alma Cox, Para-Educator for Pasco School District, Special Education Department