Judge Decides ENGLISH Not Required To Vote

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A federal judge just made a ruling that has many Americans shaking their heads. 

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Chief Judge Mark Walker of the Northern District of Florida Gainesville Division has declared that 32 counties in the state must make available Spanish ballots for the 2020 U.S. election.

With 67 counties in the state, this now means that just shy of half the state will make speaking english option when voting for the United States president. 

Walker delivered a 16-page ruling on the issue which he has declared is “not optional.”

“Compliance with this Order is not optional. While the vast majority of supervisors of election are upstanding professionals who follow the law and court orders, do difficult but necessary work under tight timelines, and are often subjects of multiple bouts of litigation, there may be some who selectively interpret parts of this court’s orders or otherwise avoid compliance,” he wrote.

“This court will not hesitate to use every tool the law provides to enforce this order,” Walker threatened.

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