Accessible Voting Options

Assistance is available from trained election staff at Rockville City Hall during regular business hours beginning October 2027.

If one of the accessible options doesn’t work for you, please contact us for further assistance.

A trusted person can return your ballot to City Hall if you are unable. You will need to complete and sign the designated agent form.

Voter Assistance

If you are unable to mark your ballot, someone may mark your ballot on your behalf by completing the Voter Assistance form included with the ballot. Candidates, employers, supervisors or union representatives are not allowed to mark your ballot. 

The Voter Assistance form, which will be mailed with your ballot, must be completed and returned in the blue return envelope.

Accessible Ballot Marking Devices

Beginning October 2027, the city will offer ballot marking devices available Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. at Rockville City Hall.

The ballot marking device is a touch-screen device designed specifically to enable voters who are blind, have low vision or limited mobility to mark a private ballot. Voters will mark their ballots privately and independently using the device. Election staff will be available for further assistance.

You must bring your ballot and envelope to use the ballot marking device.

Still have questions? Contact: 

City Clerk / Director of Council Operations
111 Maryland Ave.
Rockville, MD 20850
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.