In 2015, the legislature allowed for a voter with a disability to request an electronic ballot. The process works like this: The voter will submit an Electronic Request for Absentee Ballots to the Elections Office. Upon the time ballots are mailed to voters, the office will email a ballot to voters who have applied for the electronic status. The voter may mark in the comfort of their home their ballot on a computer. Once voted, the voter simply prints their ballot and returns it in an envelope packet furnished by their elections office.
Voters may also visit their local elections office or polling place to use an AutoMARK or ExpressVote machine to independently mark their ballot.
There may be other options that meet your needs. For example, some voters with disabilities choose to designate an agent to assist them with registering and voting. Contact your local county elections office to find the best way for you to vote in the next election.