Advocates for blind cheer ruling on voter rights

The county argued that the plaintiffs were given an equal opportunity to vote. But in a 23-page ruling issued Wednesday that allowed part of the suit to proceed, Spero wrote, “Even if blind and visually impaired voters can communicate their votes with the assistance of third parties, they certainly cannot ‘enjoy the benefits of’ the secret ballot afforded to most other voters.”

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