Arizona County Elections Director Ousted After Ballot Debacle On Primary Election Night

Arizona County Elections Director Ousted After Ballot Debacle On Primary Election Night


A county elections director in Arizona has been replaced following the ballot debacle that ensued on Tuesday during the primary elections.

Pinal County Elections Director David Frisk is no longer employed by the county, AZ Family reported Thursday. Frisk has been replaced by Virginia Ross, who resigned from her elected position of county recorder to fill the void as elections director.

“Having been the Recorder for Pinal County since 2013, this primary election has been a stinging experience for us all,” Ross announced. “I look forward to involving all stakeholders in Pinal County as we work together to finish this primary election, before immediately turning our attention to the November election.”

Multiple Pinal County polling places ran out of in-person ballots during Tuesday’s primary elections.

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