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Glendale criticized for nixing Spanish- and Korean-language sample ballots

Image of Glendale City Hall.
Image of Glendale City Hall.
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The race for L.A. mayor is grabbing most of the headlines, but Tuesday's elections in Glendale stand to play a pivotal role in the city's master-plan for development.

The city is undergoing major growth as demonstrated by the Americana mixed-use development.  There is also controversy around the decision to limit languages on ballots to English and Armenian this year.  

With more is Brittany Levine, a reporter who's been covering the elections for the Glendale News-Press.