Polling stations are equipped to support voters with a disability, including voters with a learning disability. At each station there are clear instructions on how to vote. All polling stations will have the following available: Tactile voting device (which attaches to a ballot paper to allow blind or partially sighted voters to mark their ballot paper with or without assistance) Braille or large print ballot paper (as a reference for blind or partially sighted voters) Ballot paper magnifier (a hand held device which allows an elector to magnify any part of a regular-sized ballot paper) Translations (of instructions on how to vote into another language) If you are a voter with a disability and you need support to complete a ballot paper on your own, you can take a friend or relative to the polling station to help you. View or download easy read guides about voting and registering to vote on Mencap's website. The presiding officer at the polling station can also help you fill in your ballot paper. You can find your local polling station here.