Voter in Wheelchair Slams Poorly Equipped Ontario Polling Station

One way to fix this problem would be to allow telephone and Internet voting, said David Lepofsky, of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) Alliance. But a provincial report on the issue last June said more study is needed.

“No accessibility requirements for elections have been enacted under the AODA,” he said. “Voters with disabilities deserve better.”