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Sager was told in 2018 that the ballot-marking device at her Pikesville polling place was broken.She had to have a poll worker read the ballot aloud and mark her votes, though the worker failed to clearly communicate parts of the ballot, including the correct pronunciation of candidates’ names, according to the complaint.When the scanning device rejected that initial ballot for errors, Sager had to go through the process again with another poll worker “and was denied the right to vote privately and independently altogether.”Zimba, who lives in Baltimore, was the only person to use the ballot-marking device at his polling place in 2018.Since election judges there know him by name, he has little to no confidence that his ballot is secret at all, according to the complaint.A bill that would have required all voters to use the devices filed by Del. After the board’s most recent policy votes last week, both lawmakers said they will likely reintroduce the legislation in 2020.In the complaint, the National Federation of the Blind notes that the 2007 legislation requiring the ballot paper trail required certification of a voting system that would “provide access to voters with disabilities that is equivalent to access afforded voters without disabilities without creating a segregated ballot for voters with disabilities.” The complaint says a later opinion from the Maryland Attorney General’s Office warned the board it would violate the new law if it did not either use one accessible ballot marking system for all voters, ensure that hand-marked and electronically marked ballots were indistinguishable, or require a significant number of voters without disabilities to use the ballot-marking devices.
Blind Date (French title: Un peu, beaucoup, aveuglément) is a 2015 French romantic comedy film directed by and starring Clovis Cornillac.The National Federation of the Blind, its Maryland affiliate and three blind registered Maryland voters – Marie Cobb, Ruth Sager and Joel Zimba – filed a lawsuit against the Maryland State Board of Elections in U. At issue are the state’s policies for using Express Vote ballot-marking devices – which can allow voters who are blind or have motor disabilities to use headphones, magnification, touchscreens and other features to independently cast ballots.