States seek to reassure voters’ cyber concerns ahead of critical midterms test

October 19, 2018

Via: The Hill

Officials are speaking out about the security of election systems amid fears cyberattacks could deter Americans from voting.

Claims of voter suppression traditionally center around practices like voter roll purges and ID laws.

There is no evidence that votes were altered in the Russian attack on the 2016 elections but experts say the concept of a cyberattack alone has left some Americans worried about whether their ballots count.

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