Aug. 22, 2017
Gwinnett sends first-ever batch of bilingual letters to local voters
“Gwinnett County sent out its first-ever batch of bilingual letters to voters last week, a significant milestone in its mission to comply with a new federal designation that requires it to better serve Spanish-speaking residents come election time.
The roughly 12,000 letters mailed Friday by the Gwinnett County Voter Registrations and Elections Division notified voter in Lilburn and Snellville that city polling places were changing for November’s election.
Voters in Lilburn, which has two city council seats up for grabs, will now cast their ballots at the new city hall and library building at 340 Main St. Residents of Snellville, which will have three city council seats on November’s ballot, will now vote at the Snellville Senior Center located at 2350 Oak Road…” MORE HERE.