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Alabama: DOJ observers in Perry County for primary

AP reports: The Justice Department is sending federal observers to Perry County in west Alabama to monitor the primary election Tuesday.

The Justice Department announced Monday that its observers will ensure compliance with the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and other federal voting rights laws. -- Justice Department monitoring primary Tuesday in Perry County in west Alabama | TimesDaily.com | Times Daily | Florence, AL

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