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All-hands election security briefing fails to ease partisan splits in Congress

July 11, 2019 |
Charlie Mitchell
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House and Senate lawmakers emerged from two closed-door briefings Wednesday perhaps with some new insights into the cyber and other threats facing U.S. elections, but without any signs of new bipartisan efforts to counter the challenges.

Top national security officials including Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Director Christopher Krebs issued a joint statement after the briefing saying: “Election security is a top priority for the United States Government. Today we shared with Congress how we continue to bring the full strength,...


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