Watch ACER’s Voting Rights and Information Virtual Seminar hosted by Community Organizer Richard Jennis.
Language accessibility and voting:
Language translation when registering to vote
Language translation at the polling center, including among elections judges and bringing an accompanying family member, friend, or assistant who can act as a translator
Common languages in the Twin Cities area specifically (Spanish, Hmong, Somali, Swahili, etc)
Assistance in the voting process for individuals with disabilities, including by election officials, or accompanying individuals such as family, friends, or assistants
Voting booth size for individuals in wheelchairs
Ramps and automatic door opening buttons at polling centers