Arizona’s largest county listed wrong date for the election on voter ID cards (but just in Spanish)

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By Zoë Schlanger

Arizonans who went to their local municipal offices in Maricopa County to pick up their voter ID cards may have been instructed to go to the polls on the wrong date – but only if they were looking for the information in Spanish.

The wrong date was printed on a document that contains the new voter ID card. The document lists the general election date as November 6 in English but reads “8 de Noviembre” in the Spanish translation.

A spokesperson told local station ABC 15 that they estimated fewer than 50 people got documents with the wrong date, based on the number of people who picked up their cards in-person in “previous years,” though they did not say whether those were election years.

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Arizona's largest county listed wrong date for the election on voter ID cards (but just in Spanish)

Updated