If close to 10% of voters have disabilities, yet less than 1% are voting on the machines, where are the voters? One answer could be that due to visual and mobility challenges, they cannot make it to the polls to vote on a machine. The vast majority of voters who cannot see, hold or mark a ballot are the only voters forced to give up their right to a private ballot if they want to vote from home. Tip of the hat to the growing number of states realizing accessibility does not end at the polls, it extends into the home with accessible absentee solutions.