Polling places in New York are still coming up short on accessibility, according to a report from Disability Rights New York.

The group looked at polling sites in New York City and in Erie and Wyoming Counties to make sure the stations were set up so a disabled person would be able to vote with full privacy.

92 percent of the Erie County locations did not meet the standards, and 100 percent of the sites in Wyoming had issues.

Her to talk more about the problem and how to fix it, is D-R-N-Y executive director Tim Clune.