“At the moment, we’re triaging,” said General Registrar Cameron P. Quinn. “We have already downloaded and put copies of the national form in Spanish at our front desk and provided it to our team that does voter registration.”

Ms. Quinn added that they’re working immediately to do more outreach for bilingual election officials and reconsidering assignments of bilingual workers to polling places more readily identifiable as Spanish-speaking.

Fairfax hurries to aid voters deficient in English – Washington Times.

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