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Published September 22, 2012 1:01 am
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In "English-only voters" (Forum, Sept. 19), Aaron Cloward complained that the state's website vote.utah.gov is not translated into Spanish. Cloward wants governments to "provide bilingual voting information to its citizens."

As a naturalized American citizen and erstwhile Dutchman, I totally agree.

Where is the bilingual information for us Dutch-Americans, for Germans, Poles, French, Indian, African, etc.?

Unlike Spanish speakers, in order to vote, we all have to understand this nation's English language. It's not fair.

Frans J. Kohlschein





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