From the article:
The village held 12 forums — six each in English and Spanish — to let voters know about the new system and to practice voting. The bilingual ballot lists each candidate across the top row — some of them twice if they have two party lines — and then the same candidates are listed five more times. In all, there are 114 levers; voters can flip any six.
More coddling of non-English speaking Hispanics. Are they citizens? If they were born here, they would have be educated in our schools thereby, speak English. I wonder what the percentage of non-English speaking Hispanics are here legally?
I think each person should get one vote. If the Hispanic population wants to get more Hispanics into office, get off the couch and vote them in.