Kansas Activist Group Demanding Multilingual Ballot Access Ignored?!?

This headline might've been overlooked but it deserves a peek given that a trip to any public place in the metro will reveal that MANY LANGUAGES are now taking hold in the United States. 

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Judy Ancel, president of the Cross Border Network for Justice and Solidarity, said the meeting request sent to county election commissioner Michael Abbott followed action in other counties to accommodate minority voters who might benefit from information in foreign languages.

Abbott sent the coalition an email explaining he didn’t have time for a meeting on ballot issues because his office was busy preparing for a November general election and next year’s presidential primary.

“Please keep in mind that we will have a presidential preference election in March of 2024,” Abbott said. “So, following the November election my office will immediately start to work.”

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