Voter education campaigns should be responsive to the needs to the electorate.
- States should foster citizen participation in the electoral process by] safeguarding the right to vote of vulnerable groups (people with disabilities, people who are illiterate, etc.) by adapting polling stations and voting material to their needs.
- Principles guiding the work of electoral authorities can be summarized as…responsiveness to public needs for voter information and civic education...
- Election administrators…should work to provide to every voter the highest quality service required to enable voters to exercise their rights with the least possible inconvenience, given the circumstances and the country’s legal framework. In particular, they should: (i) Make it as convenient as possible for voters to participate in the election process; (ii) Ensure that voters adequately understand the election process; (iii) Do everything possible to provide a way to vote for people with special needs, such as blind, physically handicapped, or illiterate voters, or voters living in remote areas.