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DHS’ Krebs says increased trust between federal, state officials bolsters security of midterm elections

October 03, 2018 |
Maggie Miller
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Homeland Security Under Secretary Christopher Krebs today emphasized the increase in “trust” between the federal government and state and local election officials over the past two years, and said this will help make the upcoming midterm elections the “most secure and resilient” in the nation’s history.

“When I look at where we are now, the single most important factor that has been established between DHS, alongside the Election Assistance Commission, with our state and local election partners is trust,” Krebs,...

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