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Absentee Voting

Blind voters in Indiana claim in a federal lawsuit that they can only vote absentee by appointment with a “traveling board” of election officials to help them fill out their ballots, while non-blind Hoosiers can vote absentee by mail, fax or email.

INDIANAPOLIS — Blind voters in Indiana claim in a federal lawsuit that they can only vote absentee by appointment with a “traveling board” of election officials to help them fill out their ballots, while non-blind Hoosiers can vote absentee by mail, fax or email.

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