Editor's Note: This article was originally published on May 30, but has been brought to the front page again, since the discussion continues on the topic. Original story below:
In a about bilingual poll workers being needed, comments have been flying over the topic of multi-language government services.
In 1988, California made English the official language for government services. But a strong Spanish-speaking population is calling for more services in their native tongue to serve those with limited English abilities.
So should voting sites have bilingual services?
Tell us with your vote below and comments.