Peter Lee Published on 29 October 2012
Category: English in the News
Voters who registered for bilingual ballots in Boston and Quincy can take them to the polls on Nov. 6.
Voter registration closed Oct. 17. Bilingual ballots in English and Chinese are mailed with voter information, said Vincent Au, elections clerk for Quincy. This is the city’s first time to offer Chinese ballots.
“We have ballots available for every citizen,” said Matt O’Malley, Boston City Councilor for District 6. “It’s an absolutely reasonable cost for all Bostonians to have a ballot.”
Printing bilingual ballots cost Boston $75,000 for the March presidential primary.
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