The electoral votes have been cast, and now it’s time for Congress to decide how they should be counted—assuming it can get its own house in order first.
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Yesterday, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) issued a public service announcement that warned of the potential threat posed by foreign actors and cybercriminals spreading disinformation about election results in the upcoming November 2020 U.S. presidential election.
Iowa had record voter turnout in its June primary. Can it replicate this success in the general election?
Office of the Director of National Intelligence Issues Statement on Foreign Interference in the 2020 Election
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a statement Friday outlining foreign threats to the integrity of the 2020 election.
On Monday, June 1, at 3:00 p.m., the House Homeland Security Committee will hold a videoconference on election security and integrity during a pandemic. The committee will hear testimony from Wendy Weiser, the vice president of the Brennan Center for Justice, and LaShawn Warren, the executive vice president of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.
Among the many things affected by COVID-19 is the electoral process. European leaders are struggling with scheduled local, regional, parliamentary, and presidential elections.
The COVID-19 pandemic will fundamentally change the 2020 election. How can the U.S. protect the election while ensuring public health?
Rather than waiting on Congress, states can use unspent funds for cybersecurity.
Democrats and Republicans alike should prioritize responding to interference from Beijing, imposing additional sanctions on malign actors, closing financial loopholes, raising standards for technology companies and improving election security.
Today, the House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on securing America's elections. The committee will hear testimony from Matthew Masterson, a senior cybersecurity adviser at the Department of Homeland Security; Nikki Floris, the deputy