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Idaho offers Spanish Language Ballots

A voter sign that says, "Vote Temprano"

On the morning of Election Day, the top trending search on Google was “donde votar,” which means “where to vote” in Spanish. IPI research associate, Gabe Osterhout, was intrigued by the introduction of Spanish voter ballots in Lincoln County, Idaho. Hispanics represent 30% of that county’s population. Among those that speak Spanish at home, 60% do not speak English very well. To learn more about the roll-out of these ballots and the results, read Gabe’s article in the Conversation.