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Accommodating Other Languages in the Polling Place

It wasn’t a good idea for the State of Alaska to claim that it didn’t have to provide written election materials in native languages that have traditionally not had written forms, given that these languages have had phonetic transliteration into written forms for many years.

Keep in mind that here in Texas, we provide election materials not just in Spanish, but also in Kickapoo (Maverick County) and Pueblo (El Paso County), as well as Vietnamese and Chinese (Harris County).

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