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Democratic Association of Secretaries of State This week, our focus is on election cybersecurity and the threats we’re seeing now, 74 days before Election Day. Where is the Republican Congress on this issue? Asleep at the switch.

In the US Senate, the Republican majority cancelled the committee hearing of the Secure Elections Act. Meanwhile, voter suppression measures continue in dozens of states.

One bit of good news is the defeat of a Republican led plan to close 7 of the 9 polling places in Randolph County, Georgia, a majority African American county that deserves fair access to the polls in this and every election.

Democratic Secretaries of State across the country continue to work hard to ensure that our elections are both secure and accessible.

You can help, by reading this week’s top stories about election security and GOP efforts to suppress the vote. And please share these stories with your friends.

CNN: Bill to protect elections from cyber threats stalls in the Senate

TAKE ACTION: Tell Congress to increase election security funding NOW!

WKAR: Democratic Secretary Of State Nominee Targets Election Security

VOA: Native Americans Work to Break Down Barriers to Voting

AZ Central: Stop printing ballots in Spanish, Arizona [GOP] candidate for secretary of state says

HELP PROTECT VOTING RIGHTS: Become a 2018 Founding Member of our Protect The Vote Project and help us fight back against GOP voter suppression!



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