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    Democracy & Voting Rights

    Latino voters have higher-than-average ballot signature rejection rates in Washington

    “Every voter should have an equal right to their mail ballot being counted; however, we know well that Latinos are more likely to have their ballots rejected for signature issues,” said Matt A. Barreto, faculty director of the UCLA Voting Rights Project (Also: The Spokesman-Review and South Seattle Emerald).