It is a priority of Clark County elections officials and the Office of the Secretary of State to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to vote independently and privately. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about how to register or vote. We are here to help at (360) 397-2345 or email@example.com.
Accessible voting units
In addition to voting by mail, voters may vote using accessible voting units (AVUs). You may vote using an AVU which presents your ballot on a monitor. You select choices by touching the screen, by using a wheel, or by using a tool. You can use headphones to listen to the text. Machines can also be fitted with sip-and-puff tools. If you would prefer to use a sip-and-puff tool, please bring your tool with you when you come to the Elections Office. AVUs are wheelchair-accessible and screened from other voters to maintain privacy.
Citizens are also welcome to come to the Elections Office for a hands-on demonstration of how to vote using an AVU. Call the Elections Office at (360) 397-2345 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment to vote using an AVU or to arrange a demonstration.
AVUs are available from 8 am until 5 pm beginning 18 days prior to each election at the Elections Office at 1408 Franklin Street, Vancouver. On Election Day, AVUs are available from 7 am until 8 pm.
If you need transportation to our office and you do not use C-TRAN buses, please contact C-VAN at (360) 695-0123 or (TTY 360-695-9715).
Accessible voters’ pamphlet
State voters' pamphlet
Audio versions of the state voters' pamphlet for General Elections are available online. If you wish to join the subscription list to receive a copy on a CD or a USB drive of the state voters' pamphlet, please call the voter hotline at (800) 448-4881 or email email@example.com. Provide your preferred format, name, telephone number and mailing address.
Local voters' pamphlet
Audio versions of the local voters' pamphlet for Primaries and for General Elections are available online. To be placed on a list to receive a copy of the local voters' pamphlet on a CD, call (360) 397-2345 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Provide your name, telephone number and mailing address.
Ballot Deposit Locations
If you wish to return your voted ballot in person on or before Election Day take it to:
Clark County Elections Office
1408 Franklin Street, Vancouver
8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday
and 7 am to 8 pm on Election Day
Or one of the six red permanent ballot drop boxes, available 24 hours a day starting at least 18 days before Election Day:
- Drive-up ballot drop boxes make it accessible and convenient!
- A stamp is not needed when depositing a ballot in a red drop box.
6 convenient locations!
Downtown Vancouver, West 14th & Esther Streets, Vancouver
Battle Ground City Hall parking lot, 109 SW 1st Street, Battle Ground
Fisher’s Landing Transit Center, 3510 SE 164th Avenue, Vancouver
99th Street Transit Center, 9700 NE 7th Avenue, Vancouver
Downtown Camas Post Office, 440 NE 5th Avenue, Camas
Vancouver Mall – SW of Sears near the C-Tran Vine Station
Election Day Only Ballot Deposit Locations
In addition to the five red permanent drop box locations, election workers will be present to accept completed ballots on Election Day only, from 7 am to 8 pm, at designated locations around Clark County.
A list of available Election Day only drop sites will be included in your voters' pamphlet and posted here as soon as they are available before each election. A stamp is not needed when depositing a ballot at an Election Day only ballot deposit location.
U.S. Election Assistance Commission
Resources for voters with disabilities.
Disability Rights Washington - Voting Videos and More Resources
Voting videos and other helpful information about voter rights for people with disabilities in Washington.
Area Agency on Aging & Disabilities of Southwest Washington
Resources for seniors, adults with disabilities and family caregivers in Clark, Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, Skamania and Klickitat counties.