Boston-based Clear Ballot enlisted Perkins Access, the school's digital accessibility arm, to test its new ClearMark voting machines, which let disabled voters cast and review ballots without assistance. 

ClearMark, the successor to ClearAccess, offers more control features to make it easier to use for a wider selection of disabled users. Thirty-six volunteers from Perkins who are blind, low-vision, deaf, or physically or cognitively disabled tested the system over three days in March in mock elections. The company said all volunteers were able to cast their ballots without help.

Read more about the Partnership from Axios Boston.