During the primary, new voting machines catering to handicapped voters were used in five locations throughout the city, called “super sites.”
A total of 560 people voted at these sites.
160 people from that select group responded to a survey from City Council investigators. The number one reason people gave for voting at the sites — given by 27 percent of the respondents — was because they worked for the Board of Elections. Which probably says something about the success of the board of election’s outreach efforts.
The study, for your enjoyment, is here.
— Azi Paybarah