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There was a chance that up to 16 counties in Colorado may need to print ballots in both English and Spanish for the upcoming election. But as KDNK’s Conrad Wilson explains, now it seems that won’t be happening.
The jury’s still out over whether several Colorado counties need to print ballots in Spanish for the November election. And to make matters worse, they aren’t going to know before it's too late. KDNK's Conrad Wilson called up Dwight Shellman, election manager for Pitkin County so see what the plan is going forward.
Senator Michael Bennet held a town hall meeting in Carbondale Monday. Traditionally lawmakers make an effort to meet with constituents during Congress’s August recess. KDNK’s Conrad Wilson says Bennet responded to issues as wide-ranging as the audience.
There’s a chance that several Colorado counties could be required to offer ballots in Spanish in the November election. But they’re still waiting to hear back on a ruling from the US Justice Department. As KDNK’s Conrad Wilson reports that delay from the feds is cost counties big.