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Ballot translations available for Spokane County

UPDATED: Mon., Oct. 12, 2020

Spokane area voters for whom English is not their primary language can get online help from Spokane County Elections Office and the League of Women voters.

A new website offers translations of items on the Nov. 3 ballot in six different languages: Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, Arabic, Chinese, and Swahili. Voters can get translations of the federal, state and local offices and ballot measures into those languages by placing their English language side-by-side with a ballot in one of those languages.

The translated languages can be read online or printed by going to my.lwv.org/washington/spokane-area/ballot-translations .

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