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Justice Department charges Missouri man for threatening Arizona election official

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

The Justice Department launched a task force to combat threats against election workers. Stefani Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images
The Justice Department charged a man for threatening a Arizona election worker by leaving threatening voicemails.
"You need to do your fucking job right because other people from other states are watching your ass," he said.
The DOJ is making a concerted push to mitigate threats against election workers.
The Justice Department announced on Wednesday that it had charged a Missouri man for leaving threatening voicemails for an Arizona election worker following the...
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