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It’s Time to Start Thinking About Election Security in 2020
Those hoping for some peace and quiet after the conclusion of the contentious 2018 midterm elections have been sorely disappointed. As absentee ballots continued to trickle in across Georgia and Arizona, and as Florida braces for a recount of both its senatorial and gubernatorial races, several politicians including most notably President Trump, Florida’s current governor and Republican Senate nominee Rick Scott, Sen. Marco Rubio, and others were busy alleging voter fraud and casting doubt on the integrity of the vote count itself. Although there is currently no evidence to support any claim of voter fraud at a scale that could plausibly affect any given race’s outcome, such claims reveal an important and usually overlooked aspect of the challenge of ensuring election security one that the United States will need to address before its next presidential election, in 2020.
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