Watch 76 people become American citizens

As The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports, two Latino rights groups have asked Gwinnett and Hall counties to provide Spanish-language ballots and voting materials, citing a provision of the federal Voting Rights Act.

The groups say bilingual ballots would make it easier for Spanish-speaking citizens to vote. On Wednesday some of those who would benefit became citizens at a ceremony at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office in Tucker.

Seventy-six people became citizens at the ceremony. In the video above, they take their citizenship oath. You can find more information on the requests for bilingual voting materials here.