Since last year's election we’ve learned disturbing details about Russia’s attempts to interfere with American democracy. The scope and sophistication of the attack demands urgent action from Congress, and state election officials can help make that happen.
Twenty percent of registered voters still live in jurisdictions that don’t have a back-up paper ballot. The good news is that some states, like Virginia, are recognizing this as a problem and taking concrete steps to fix it.
Reports of Russian “interference” in the 2016 election have left many asking how secure and reliable our voting systems are. Despite these facts, state legislatures and Congress are not providing the funds to upgrade and replace them.