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Voters with language access needs may require an interpreter to help them with their ballot.
Become an interpreterIf you speak another language, it’s possible you may be able to enroll as an interpreter at the polls.
Some voters may require an interpreter to help them with their ballot.
YOUR GUIDE TO VOTING IN ILLINOISBY PROPUBLICAOCTOBER 8, 2020PROPUBLICA
While interpreters the world over are likely to have faced similar difficulties, the live broadcast provided an especially stark contrast with Japan, where a recent debate for the leadership of the ruling party was an infinitely more staid affair.
That change came after officers failed to provide an interpreter to a deaf woman who was wrongfully arrested after her mother assaulted her.
Quecholli means 'peacock,' but the interpreter of the Codex Telleriano-Remensis calls it the 'serpent of the clouds.'
The doctor, interpreter, and myself arrived at eight o'clock at night; found water and wood, but had nothing to eat.
On this subject there is written upon the walls of the past a lesson for statesmen that needs no interpreter.
It could not hope to count upon a prophet or an interpreter.
THE GOOSE MANJACOB WASSERMANN
"The horse-joke comes in, Walter, when that interpreter begins," said Chase.
HORACE CHASECONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON

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