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A California county sent out incorrect Spanish-language voter guides

Sonoma County voters received statewide primary voter guides in Spanish with a ballot deadline set for April instead of June.
A woman casts her ballot in the California primary in Sacramento on Friday. California voters have until Tuesday to cast their votes in the primary.
A woman casts her ballot in the California primary in Sacramento on Friday. California voters have until Tuesday to cast their votes in the primary. Rich Pedroncelli / AP

A California county said it made several errors in its Spanish-language voter information guide, which was mailed a month ago ahead of Tuesday's statewide primary election.

The Sonoma County Registrar of Voters Office announced Friday on its website that there were errors on one page of the guide.

The errors included an incorrect ballot deadline of April 12 instead of June 7. They also included a reference to voters in the town of Windsor instead of Sonoma County. Windsor voters had held a special election in April after Windsor Mayor Dominic Foppoli resigned following several allegations of sexual assault.

The voter guide was available in English and Spanish. The English version did not include any of the mistakes.

One of the pages in the Spanish-language voter information guide for Sonoma County directed voters to return their votes by mail ballots by April 12 instead of by June 7.
One of the pages in the Spanish-language voter information guide for Sonoma County directed voters to return their votes by mail ballots by April 12 instead of by June 7. Sonoma County

The errors in the Spanish version were a result of a miscommunication in printing, said Wendy Hudson, the chief deputy registrar of voters at the Sonoma County Clerk-Recorder-Assessor’s Office.

Latinos account for a little more than 27 percent of Sonoma County residents, according to census data.

The Registrar of Voters Office apologized for the errors and for any confusion they may have caused.

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