Dept of Justice Monitoring Wouldn't Surprise Brazos County

Brazos County officials say the Department of Justice may be back in November, just as they were during the March primaries.

It was 2006 when federal investigators cited the county for a lack of Spanish-speaking poll workers and Spanish language material at the polls.

Brazos County agreed to a Department of Justice plan in order to avoid a lawsuit. That resulted in the monitoring of the primaries this past March.

Brazos was one of four Texas counties being reviewed in March.

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