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New way of voting ‘un-American’

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I am furious! Who devised the ballot used on Election Day? Why was the print so small that a magnifying glass was needed to be in the “booth”? My vision is good, but I had difficulty trying to find the names of the candidates as well as the tiny oval!

The ballots in Flushing were dominated with Chinese and Korean writing — especially the reverse side, where the propositions were listed. I thought that in order to vote you must be an American citizen who can read and understand English.

Am I mistaken?

Marilyn Bochner

Flushing

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