The federal government is investigating the City of Concord for not providing accessible voting machines for people with certain disabilities during local elections. The city may have violated federal law.
Guy Woodland used his cane to find his way into a voting booth in Concord Tuesday morning. Woodland is blind.
"I have a non-valid driver’s license," he told a poll worker, "which you’re probably happy to know."
Here’s how Woodland would like to vote: on his own, with no help.