Curbside voting is a method of in-person voting where voters who are unable to physically enter their polling place (e.g., due to a disability) may request that a ballot be brought outside of the polling place to an accessible location such as a vehicle. A number of states either require or allow this option to be provided to voters with disabilities.
State requires or allows curbside voting for voters with disabilities
(27 states, + D.C.)
State does not allow curbside voting for voters with disabilites or no applicable law
Breakdown by Population
*Note: These percentages reflect the voting-eligible population, as reported by the United States Election Project.
56 % of population lives in states that require or allow curbside voting for voters with disabilities
44 % of population lives in states that do not allow curbside voting for voters with disabilities or no applicable law