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Topic - Cesar Del Aguila
Fairfax County is the only county in Virginia history with a federal mandate to provide language assistance to English-deficient Hispanic voters in a presidential election — a development delighting activists, straining election officials and worrying those who argue that voters should know English well enough to participate without help.
"Our goal here in the county is no provisional ballots on Election Day," Mr. del Aguila said. "The bell curve of the people we are targeting are not aware of any requirements. Specifically, we're targeting the more diverse segment of the county."
"[T]he reality is there is no example I have seen that people have shown me where there is a serious issue of voter fraud," he said. "If it's out there, I want to see it."