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Jan29

2020 Elections: 7 Ways to Encourage Your Residents to Vote

Looking back at our recent voting history can be unnerving: of the total voter eligible ballots counted in 2014 (a non-presidential election), only 63.3% of the voter eligible population voted, a 72-year low. Put another way, approximately 143 million people did not vote. In the last presidential election in 2016, nearly 92 million eligible people ...

2020 Elections: 7 Ways to Encourage Your Residents to Vote
Sep26

Language Access Plans (LAP) and City Governments

Improving active involvement in local government for all citizens is important to many cities, but sometimes it’s not easy to know where to start. A language access plan (LAP) can provide you with a roadmap that the entire city government can use to help determine where each department is at in the process of increasing language accessibility. From...

Language Access Plans (LAP) and City Governments
Sep24

Elections, Federal Compliance, And Translation: What You Should Know

With another election coming up, many voters are already thinking about casting their ballots fairly soon. US citizens who speak languages other than English will often have access to election materials in their primary language thanks to federal provision requiring that state and local elections officials provide translated ballots and other docum...

Elections, Federal Compliance, And Translation: What You Should Know

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