Every registered voter in this state has the right to:

  1. Inspect a sample ballot before voting;
  2. Receive instructions concerning how to operate voting equipment, on sample voting equipment before voting;
  3. Cast a ballot if the voter is in line when the polls are closing;
  4. Ask for and receive assistance in voting, including assistance in languages other than English where required by federal or state law;
  5. Vote free from coercion or intimidation by election officials or any other person;
  6. Cast a ballot using voting equipment that accurately counts all votes; and
  7. If you have any problems, or you are denied the right to vote, call the County Clerk's Office immediately. [Here is a list of County Clerk offices].