What about those people with poor computer literacy and/or minimal access to computers?

IserveU will begin with providing a few portable, touchscreen voting machines which will be available to the public at different locations around Yellowknife.

IserveU officials and Councillor Rommel Silverio will also work with the City to advocate for the public to vote on municipal issues with the partnership pf City Hall’s administration - potentially including touchscreen voting stations in the City Hall foyer with current front-line staff trained to assist anyone who has a question regarding the voting process.

Publicly available touchscreen voting machines, provided by IserveU, will allow people without computers or phones to cast votes.