Lack of Bilingual Ballots Angers Some in Colo.
In Colorado, activists and a county clerk clashed over a lack of bilingual ballots. No voting instructions were printed in Spanish and there were not enough translators available at precincts in the county, which is 27 percent Latino. During early voting, Spanish speakers waited in line for more than two hours for translation assistance. (Denver Post)
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