State Won't Print Voter Information in Spanish

June 21st, 2006 @ 3:29pm
(KSL News) The state will no longer print voter information in Spanish.

More than 100-thousand bi-lingual information packets have already been distributed, but no more will be printed after a review of the state's English only law.

The U.S. Justice Department said the state is not required to print the information in Spanish because less than five percent of the eligible voters in Utah speak the language.

The lieutenant governor's office said the decision was not made because of complaints.