It is now largely well-accepted that America’s election system was the target of attacks during the 2016 election cycle. While there is political debate over the nature of those threats, the nation’s election community at every level of government has pulled together to identify, resist, and prevent future attacks on our voting system. What’s being done, and what questions remain? Join Larry Jacobs and Doug Chapin for a discussion of what’s happened and what’s next in the fight to secure American democracy.
Jacobs, Lawrence R..
To the Cyber-Barricades: How is the U.S. Responding to Threats to the American Election System?.
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