New York City Adding Interpreters to Poll Sites Ahead of Midterm Vote

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New York City will provide interpretation services at approximately 100 poll sites throughout Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island this Election Day, November 6, 2018. The languages served will be Russian, Yiddish, Haitian Creole, Polish and Italian. One site will serve Russian and Arabic speakers.

(Separately, the Board of Elections already provides interpretation services in certain poll sites in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean and Bangla, as required by the Voting Rights Act. These sites are not displayed on this map.)

The sites below are color-coded:
Red dot = Russian
Yellow dot = Haitian Creole
Green dot = Italian
Blue dot = Polish
Purple dot = Yiddish
Yellow pin = Russian & Arabic

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