Except in Maricopa County, Arizona, apparently. The county election office mailed out about two million new voter registration cards in Spanish. Some of the cards misdated the election from November 6 to November 8. Maricopa officials say that only 50 of the cards had the mistaken date; right. I do not know of any printing process that would “accidentally” change the information that was entered for only fifty or two million cards.
As readers may know, Maricopa County has a history of tension between elected officials and Hispanics.
Maybe the following will help:
Oops! My bad. It’s from that subversive show, Seasame Street. Sorry.