Miami-Dade Could Print Ballots In Just One Language
On the same day Rick Scott's secretary of state issued a plan to avoid a repeat of November's catastrophic voting delays, a Miami commissioner put out his own, more radical idea: Printing Dade County's ballots in a single language, instead of the lengthy documents in English, Spanish and Haitian Creole.
County commissioners are scheduled to vote today on Zapata's idea.
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