Transcript for Some states requiring voting ballots in Spanish
SINDY BENAVIDES: It is very clear that barriers to access to information and other languages is un-American and is voter suppression.
There is nothing more American than being able to ensure that every single eligible citizen has that access to the ballot box.
JERRY GONZALEZ: Well, what we've heard specifically from the community has been that not having information in Spanish limits their ability to be able to freely and openly participate. I think it's vitally important for people to understand there's different sections of the Voting Rights Act that have to deal with language access.
DOMINGO GARCIA: With large numbers of Puerto Ricans still moving in to Orlando, Houston, you know, and Chicago and states like that. So it's important that we help these new voters-- US citizens, but whose first language is Spanish.
JERRY GONZALEZ: Hall County really wants to serve all of its population. It should take voluntarily steps to ensure that there's meaningful Spanish language access in that county.
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Your vote counts. Your voice is your vote.
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