EAC – Citizens who speak Cherokee, Dakota, Navajo and Yup’ik, the most commonly spoken Native American and Alaska Native languages in the U.S., will now have access to federal election voter guides in their native languages.
The U.S. Election Assistance Commission’s Language Assistance Program translated the guides to improve voting accessibility for Americans who speak these languages and have limited English proficiency.
The guide explains the basics of ballot casting as well as special voting procedures, such as early voting, absentee voting, and military and overseas voting. Read more.
(Photo source – PBS)