With all ten of the leading candidates (finallY) on the same debate stage, the race to sit atop the Democratic ticket in 2020 enters a new phase.
In 2016, we learned how vulnerable the country’s election infrastructure is to foreign hacking – and that countries like Russia are actively trying to interfere. As we approach 2020, have states made the necessary changes to protect how we vote?
The answer is…no. From using machines that are over a decade old to relying on electronic voting that produces no paper trail, one election security expert says major upgrades are needed — but it’s not too late to make it happen.
- Alex Halderman Professor, computer science and engineering, director, center for security and society, The University of Michigan
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