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McCaul pledges to have DHS cyber official testify on election security

March 07, 2018 |
Rick Weber
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House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul (R-TX) has pledged to have a top Department of Homeland Security cybersecurity official testify on election security in the near future, as Democrats push for a markup of legislation that would impose baseline security requirements on states in exchange for funding to update election data systems.

“I have been very consistent with my position” on the issue of election security, McCaul said before the committee voted on a number security measures not specifically focused...


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