California’s voters still do not reflect the diversity of its people, report says
A recent report from UCLA’s Luskin Center for History and Policy argues that voter access in California is still imbalanced enough that the diversity of the population is not represented at the polls. One major hurdle for citizens is the lack of translators available. Many counties provide little more for non-English speakers than Google translations on websites. The report recommends amplifying the reach and resources of grassroots activist groups dedicated to improving turnout among voters from disadvantaged demographics.