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Aug 8, 2008 (UP)
KODIAK, Alaska — Many Kodiak residents were a bit confused when they
received election pamphlets urging them to "Bumoto!" The pamphlets for
four ballot initiatives being decided Aug. 26 weren't in English but
in Tagalog, a language widely spoken in the Philippines.
An apparent mix-up at the printers was discovered when a resident
called Alaska's Division of Elections looking for an English version.
Division of Elections spokeswoman Shelly Growden expects pamphlets
printed in English to be in voters' mailboxes sometime next week.
Meanwhile, both English and Tagalog versions of the pamphlet are
available on the division's Web site:
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