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Montgomery County helps Puerto Rican voters, won’t make it official

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Montgomery County is one of five upstate counties to not comply fully with recent voting rights orders from the state Attorney General’s Office. In August, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman sent letters to 10 upstate counties with large Puerto Rican populations, telling them to make more of an effort to accommodate Spanish-speaking voters at the polls. Since then, Schenectady and four other counties have signed binding memorandums of agreement with the Attorney General’s Office. At a ...


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