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If you want to exercise your right to vote but are not capable of attending a voting centre or if you need special assistance at the polls, use this resource to learn how Elections Ontario can help. Accessibility options include larger print size, braille text, magnifying glasses, allowance of service dogs or even assistance from a support person.
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Rated on: 10/9/2019 8:46:07 AM
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