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First Gen Z Candidates Run For The House; Many Can't Get Ballots In Their Language

First Gen Z Candidates Run For The House; Many Can't Get Ballots In Their Language

Update: 2022-07-151
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The young candidates say they hope to fix broken institutions that they feel have let their generation down. And a quirk in how a half-century old voting rights provision is written means many Americans have trouble getting ballots in languages like Arabic and Haitian Creole.

This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, congressional reporter Claudia Grisales, political reporter Elena Moore, political correspondent Danielle Kurtzleben, and voting correspondent Hansi Lo Wang.

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First Gen Z Candidates Run For The House; Many Can't Get Ballots In Their Language

First Gen Z Candidates Run For The House; Many Can't Get Ballots In Their Language

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