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Lawson: Russians Probed State Election Databases

Federal intelligence services believe Russian government employees probed state voter registration rolls for possible weaknesses in 2016, according to Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson. Lawson published an editorial this morning, which says the Russian government targeted voter information databases across states. Indiana Secretary of State Communications Director Ian Hauer says Russian agents probed for weaknesses in state voter registration …

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‘Dead Voter Law’ Reason For Delays In Monroe County Election Results

A law prohibiting dead people from voting was responsible for delays in tallying election results last month. That’s according to the Monroe County Election Board who oversees the vote counting process. They said most of the ballots were processed by 8 p.m. on election night. But final results weren’t available until early the next morning. Board member Brian Lemonds said …

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Low voter turnout for midterm election

According to Monroe County’s precinct turnout reports, scarcely more than 25% of registered Monroe County voters cast ballots in yesterday’s midterm elections, making this the lowest voter turnout in a midterm election since 1990. While many factors may have contributed to the low voter turnout, one factor that may have been particularly influential was the lack of big ticket ballot …

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