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Memphis prosecutor who charged Black woman over voting error loses re-election bid

Memphis prosecutor who charged Black woman over voting error loses re-election bid


Memphis prosecutor who charged Black woman over voting error loses re-election bid

Amy Weirich, the Memphis prosecutor who stirred national outrage for bringing criminal charges against a Black woman for trying to register to vote, has lost her re-election bid.

Weirich, a Republican who has been the district attorney general in Shelby county since 2011, lost to Democrat Steve Mulroy, a law professor at the University of Memphis and a former county commissioner.

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