DOJ Announces presidential election ‘voting rights monitoring’ across the nation

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The Justice Department announced its plans Monday for presidential “voting rights” monitoring in jurisdictions around the country on Tuesday for the 2020 general election.

DOJ spokesperson Kerri Kupec announced the plans on Twitter, as well as an official Justice Department press release as concerns among GOP voters have escalated over recent months that mail-in-ballots (universal ballots) could be tampered with during the election.

She said on Twitter “department will also take complaints from the public nationwide regarding possible violation of fed voting rights laws through its call center.”

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