Shady Elections Director Allows DOJ Thugs Into Polling Locations In Pinal County, Arizona



The Brandon DOJ is monitoring voting locations across the country and in Arizona to protect voters’ rights and monitor voter intimidation.

It does not appear that they will be there to monitor potential voter fraud or elections malfeasance.

A photo from Josh Bernstein of the Josh Bernstein Uncensored Show sent TGP the following email from Pinal County Elections Director Virginia Ross indicating that DOJ monitors will be present in Pinal County and Yavapai County to watch the polls.

Virginia Ross previously resigned from her role as County Recorder to be appointed as Elections Director after the Pinal County primary election disaster, where the County ran out of Republican Ballots.

Before the Primary Election on August 2nd, the elections department also sent 63,000 incorrect ballots to Pinal County voters.

And more recently, a Republican candidate in Pinal County and Yuma County received a sample ballot from the Pinal County Elections Department, where he was incorrectly labeled on the ballot as a Democrat.

This is odd. Why was the woman who oversaw these debacles appointed to another position within the County? Was there a backroom deal to get her a better-paying job?

In 2020, Pinal County’s Elections Director was paid $46.46/HR to former Recorder Virginia Ross’s $30.67/HR.

The DOJ will also be in the following 64 jurisdictions in 24 states today, according to 2News.

The Justice Department says it plans to monitor compliance with federal voting rights laws in 64 jurisdictions in 24 states for the Nov. 8, 2022 general election.

Since the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the Civil Rights Division has regularly monitored elections in the field in jurisdictions around the Country to protect the rights of voters. The Civil Rights Division will also take complaints from the public nationwide regarding possible violations of the federal voting rights laws through its call center.

For the general election, the Civil Rights Division will monitor for compliance with the federal voting rights laws on Election Day and/or in early voting in 64 jurisdictions:

• City of Bethel, Alaska;

• Dillingham Census Area, Alaska;

• Kusilvak Census Area, Alaska;

• Sitka City-Borough, Alaska;

• Maricopa County, Arizona;

• Navajo County, Arizona;

• Pima County, Arizona;

• Pinal County, Arizona;

• Yavapai County, Arizona;

• Newton County, Arkansas;

• Los Angeles County, California;

• Sonoma County, California;

• Broward County, Florida;

• Miami-Dade County, Florida;

• Palm Beach County, Florida;

• Cobb County, Georgia;

• Fulton County, Georgia;

• Gwinnett County, Georgia;

• Town of Clinton, Massachusetts;

• City of Everett, Massachusetts;

• City of Fitchburg, Massachusetts;

• City of Leominster, Massachusetts;

• City of Malden, Massachusetts;

• City of Methuen, Massachusetts;

• City of Randolph, Massachusetts;

• City of Salem, Massachusetts;

• Prince George’s County, Maryland;

• City of Detroit, Michigan;

• City of Flint, Michigan;

• City of Grand Rapids, Michigan;

• City of Pontiac, Michigan;

• City of Southfield, Michigan;

• City of Minneapolis, Minnesota;

• Hennepin County, Minnesota;

• Ramsey County, Minnesota;

• Cole County, Missouri;

• Alamance County, North Carolina;

• Columbus County, North Carolina;

• Harnett County, North Carolina;

• Mecklenburg County, North Carolina;

• Wayne County, North Carolina;

• Middlesex County, New Jersey;

• Bernalillo County, New Mexico;

• San Juan County, New Mexico;

Clark County, Nevada;

• Washoe County, Nevada;

• Queens County, New York;

• Cuyahoga County, Ohio;

• Berks County, Pennsylvania;

• Centre County, Pennsylvania;

• Lehigh County, Pennsylvania;

• Luzerne County, Pennsylvania;

• Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania;

• City of Pawtucket, Rhode Island;

• Horry County, South Carolina;

• Dallas County, Texas;

• Harris County, Texas;

• Waller County, Texas;

• San Juan County, Utah;

• City of Manassas, Virginia;

• City of Manassas Park, Virginia;

• Prince William County, Virginia;

• City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and,

• City of Racine, Wisconsin.

Monitors will include personnel from the Civil Rights Division and from U.S. Attorneys’ Offices. In addition, the division also deploys monitors from the Office of Personnel Management, where authorized by federal court order. Division personnel will also maintain contact with state and local election officials.

The Civil Rights Division’s Voting Section enforces the civil provisions of federal statutes that protect the right to vote, including the Voting Rights Act, the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, the National Voter Registration Act, the Help America Vote Act and the Civil Rights Acts. The division’s Disability Rights Section enforces the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to ensure that persons with disabilities have a full and equal opportunity to vote.

On Election Day, Civil Rights Division personnel will be available all day to receive complaints from the public related to possible violations of the federal voting rights laws by a complaint form on the department’s website.

Individuals with questions or complaints related to the ADA may call the department’s toll-free ADA information line at 800-514-0301 or 833-610-1264 (TTY) or submit a complaint through a link on the department’s ADA website.

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