Posted: November 4, 2008
Colorado Spanish-speaking voters protest the lack of bilingual pollworkers at vote centers
Spanish-speaking voters are protesting today over too few bilingual poll workers at voting centers in Weld County Colorado. The voters allege that of the 11 vote centers in the city, only 2 are staffed with bilingual poll workers and both require a vehicle to reach them. County officials assured non-profit groups before the election that 5 of the vote centers would be staffed with bilingual workers.