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Test Assertions for VVSG 1.0 Section 3.2.7 (Tabular Format), August 2015

Summary Tabular Format

 

Requirement

Assertion(s)

VVSG 1.0 Requirement 3.2.7:For voters who lack proficiency in reading English, or whose primary language is unwritten, the voting equipment shall provide spoken instructions and ballots in the preferred language of the voter, consistent with state and federal law. The requirements of 3.2.2.2 (c) shall apply to this mode of interaction.

TA 327-1: IF a specific language is supported by the manufacturer of a voting system THEN the voting system SHALL be capable of aurally presenting the ballot in that language.

 

TA 327-2: IF a specific language is supported by the manufacturer of a voting system THEN the voting system SHALL be capable of aurally presenting the ballot selections in that language.

 

TA 327-3: IF a specific language is supported by the manufacturer of a voting system THEN the voting system SHALL be capable of aurally presenting the review screens in that language.

 

TA 327-4: IF a specific language is supported by the manufacturer of a voting system THEN the voting system SHALL be capable of aurally presenting the voting instructions in that language.

 

TA 327-5: Instructions presented aurally SHALL conform to the requirements of 3.2.2.2 (C).

 

TA 327-6: Ballots presented aurally SHALL conform to the requirements of 3.2.2.2 (C).

 

TA 327-7: Instructions presented aurally SHALL conform to the test assertions for 3.2.2.2 (C).

 

TA 327-8: Ballots presented aurally SHALL conform to the test assertions for 3.2.2.2 (C).

 

 

Created August 28, 2015, Updated August 25, 2016