“In the upcoming primaries on Sept. 13 voters will see some changes at the polling sites. According to Brian Abram, Republican commissioner, translators will be on site at the polling sites. The state Attorney General's office has called on 10 counties, including Chautauqua County, to help Spanish-speaking voters. ... Abram also said the Board of Elections is working on contracting with AT&T to have translation capabilities on phone lines as well as working with the League of Women Voters to recruit more bilingual translators.