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Voters whose English is not their first language can request assistance in their native language
- Voting can be a complicated process for anyone.
- Voters have rights to assistance in voting if they have difficulty communicating in English.
- All information provided in English must also be provided in the covered languages.
- One tool that voters can easily use to participate in elections is to bring someone to help in the voting booth.
- The Voting Rights Act, requires certain counties and jurisdictions to provide bilingual voting materials.
To learn more, click on this link for additional information on the rights as a bilingual voter.