NICK RUMMELL / COURTHOUSE NEWS SERVICE – Pointing to the unambiguous intent of New Jersey laws to promote voting, rather than restrict it, an appeals court ruled Monday that mail-in ballots must be printed in English and Spanish.

Edward Correa, a Dover resident who ran in 2018 as a Democrat for a Morris County committee seat, brought the suit just days before voters were set to vote in the June primaries.

Though Correa had received a sample ballot in English and Spanish, the actual ballot was mailed in English only.

Roughly 70 percent of residents in Dover are Hispanic or Latino, and at least 10 percent of registered voters in Dover speak Spanish as their primary language …

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