Online voter registration, absentee voting, and early voting are some policies that clearly are shown to ease voting. In this respect, there are noticeable efforts to ensure access to all voters, including minorities. A national voter registration form is now available in some Native American languages. This article is published by KOCO. Here is an excerpt:
The National Voter Registration Form is available in some Native American translations for the first time.
The forms are now available in Yup’ik, Navajo and Apache languages. Apache language speakers also have access to an audio translation that talks them through the form.
Along with those three, the form is available in 21 languages. Click here to see the voter registration forms and various translations now available.
Read the full article here.