Judge Orders Spanish-Language Ballots in Florida in 2020

Nicole Rojas
May 18, 2019 - 5:00

A federal judge ordered 32 counties in Florida to provide Spanish-language ballots for the 2020 presidential primaries.  US District Judge Mark Walker ruled on May 10 that Florida Secretary of State Laurel Lee and the 32 county elections supervisors (of 67 counties in Florida) must provide bilingual ballots by the March 17 primary, the Orlando Sentinel reported. The preliminary injunction also requires those counties to provide Spanish-language election assistance and bilingual voting...

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