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A bipartisan bill was introduced in the House Friday that would bolster voting election infrastructure across the U.S. against future cyberattacks.
The bill, presented by members of the House Intelligence Committee, seeks to address election security issues. It would grant funds for states to upgrade their digital voting machines. It would provide that new systems include a paper trail. The bill is a companion to the Senate’s Secure Elections Act.
Representative Tom Rooney of Florida, one of the bill’s sponsors, said, “Although the Russian government didn’t change the outcome of the 2016 election, they certainly interfered with the intention of sowing discord and undermining Americans’ faith in our democratic process. There’s no doubt in my mind that they will continue to meddle in our elections this year and in the future.”
For the House as they debate the new proposed legislation, and future conferees to reconcile the House and Senate bills.