By Al Macias, John Rosman
Fronteras News Desk
PHOENIX — The Maricopa County Recorder’s Office is launching a Spanish-language voter awareness program, in hopes of avoiding possible confusion about the date of the Nov. 6 general election. This comes after County Recorder Helen Purcell announced two pieces of printed information with the incorrect date had been distributed.
Purcell says about 30 voter I.D. cards were distributed at the Recorder’s main office. She says the cards are punched out of a sheet. The remnants of those sheets had election information in English and Spanish. The Spanish version listed Nov. 8 as Election Day instead of Nov. 6.
In addition about 2,000 bookmarks with the incorrect date were distributed during the last several months. Purcell and several community leaders announced…