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Senate Bill Aims to Prevent Foreign Influence in U.S. Elections
A bipartisan group of three senators–Sens. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Ben Cardin, D-Md.–last week introduced Protect Our Elections Act, which aims “to amend the Help America Vote Act of 2002 to require states to take steps to ensure domestic ownership and control of election service providers.” “Our intelligence chiefs have made it clear that hostile foreign actors continue to work to disrupt our democratic process by any means possible,” the senators wrote in a release. “This common-sense legislation with public disclosure and annual reporting is essential in ensuring that our elections are free from foreign influence.” Unsurprisingly, the senators bluntly called out Russia and its President Vladimir Putin as a top concern for election meddling.
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