One4All Accessible Voting System

Coalition of Blind and Vision Impaired Voters Logo which includes a graphic of a voting box with the word VOTE on one side and a ballot entering a slit on the top of the box with a large black check mark. The box is red, blue, and purple.

“All elections are to be free, and every inhabitant of the state of 18 years and upwards shall have equal right to vote in any election.”
-NH State Constitution

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New Hampshire citizens have the right to vote independently, privately, and with a secret ballot in federal, state, and local elections. The Help Americans Vote Act (HAVA) and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) establish specific protections for voters with disabilities.

How the accessible One4All voting machine works:

In NH, our accessible voting system is called the one4all and it consists of a tablet, keyboard, headphones, and printer. It is not connected to the internet and it is secure. All registered voters of all abilities can use the system.

For a demonstration go to: Future In Sight Training Sessions


A blind or vision impaired person can use the system independently. Sighted assistance is not necessary throughout the process but assistance is available at the polls if needed.

Although not required, it may be helpful to notify your town or city clerk that you intend to use the one4all on election day. This allows for a paper trail in case there is a need to file a complaint. For a template letter visit

Who to contact if you require assistance:

  • Ask the moderator or poll workers
  • Secretary of State’s Help Desk: (603) 271-8241
  • Disability Rights Center – NH: (603) 228-0432 

Need transportation to and from the polls?

  • Democratic Party Volunteers: (603) 225-6899
  • Republican Party Volunteers: (603) 225-9341

Download One4All Flyer

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Additional Information & Resources

Coalition Partners

Consumer and Individual Partners

Rep. Mark Paige, Fred Fournier, Jean Shiner, Dana Trahan, Andrew Harmon

Organizational Partners

Organizational logos for New Hampshire Vocational Rehabilitation, National Federation of the Blind, Future In Sight, Granite State Independent Living, New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities, and Disability Rights Center - New Hampshire


Disability Rights Center – New Hampshire is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating barriers for people with disabilities across New Hampshire. DRC is the federally designated protection and advocacy agency for New Hampshire and has authority under federal law to conduct investigations in cases of probable abuse or neglect.

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