Cook County voters will soon be able to request ballots in eight more languages besides the four already offered. The Voting Opportunity and Translation Equity ordinance, which passed the County Board Thursday, would require the county clerk to offer fully translated ballots in eight more languages over the next two years. The pilot program will begin with the March primary, when ballots will be offered in Korean and Tagalog. Rachel Hinton, The Chicago Sun Times.
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