Electronic voting machines are the best way to provide access to language minorities. Regular paper ballots are not able to change their language to help people out. Electronic voting machines can be programmed so that a language minority person can select the language they want and vote it extrememe ease.
Yes. Electronic voting machines are a great way to provide voting access to all people, including those are in the demographic of language minorities. The machines are far more cost effective than stationing translators in each voting location, or attempting to have voting locations set up for just those who do not speak English.