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For many individuals, even getting to a polling place is out of the question. This post outlines a concept of an iPad running custom voting software that will allow flexible absentee voting in places such as hospitals.

For many individuals, even getting to a polling place is out of the question. This post outlines a concept of an iPad running custom voting software that will allow flexible absentee voting in places such as hospitals.

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Andrew commented on Prototyping for Election Accessibility, Part 1

Thank you!

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Andrew commented on Prototyping for Election Accessibility, Part 1

Thanks a ton!

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Andrew commented on iPad Absentee Voting

The tactile controls will be entirely optional. Individuals that are physically able to utilize the touchscreen would be more than welcome to!

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Dear Andrew
  
It was a pleasure of reading your post.
  
I am Cheng Zhang, a master student from London School of Economics (LSE).

As I am writing a dissertation on OpenIDEO, can I send you a questionnaire for you to answer in about 10 days time?
  
I can see that you are an active participant, and I am really interested in finding out more about people like you.
  
If you do not have time it is totally understandable too! If you are interested, could you please send me an email to michael_528@hotmail.com ? Or you can tell me your email here;).
  
Best regards and many thanks
  
Cheng Zhang

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