The voter who has communicated the intention of using the procedure of accessible vote has to go on the day of the vote to the polling station in which it corresponds to vote.
The president/a of the polling station or, if it is proper, one of the members, he has to give to the voter person with visual disability the small case that contains the documentation to vote.
The documentation includes:
- Some explanatory instructions, printed in Braille system.
- One about vote.
- An envelope for each one of the candidatures with the indication of the candidature in ink and Braille system, and in each one of these envelopes, a ballot paper of vote corresponding to the candidature indicated in the exterior.
Previously, the president/a or some member has to check out, through the presentation of the DNI, the inclusion of this person in the list of persons who have communicated the intention of using this procedure. (The polling station has this list).
Equally, the president/to of the board or, if it is proper, one of the members has to indicate it and facilitate the access to the space of the electoral college authorized to use the given documentation.
Once the option of vote has been selected, the same procedure of vote described for all the electorate is followed.
However, this procedure of accessible vote has voluntary character, so that the persons who want it can go directly to the polling station and vote assisted by persons of its confidence.