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National security officials reassure voters about election safeguards
I’m concerned there will be ‘chaos’ surrounding election results: Judicial Watch president
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton discusses election integrity and mail-in voting.
Federal authorities are reiterating their confidence in the U.S. election system amid an acrimonious debate about its susceptibility to fraud.
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Not only have foreign actors attempt to meddle, the U.S. Postal Service is warning of mass delivery delays during what is expected to be one of the largest uses of mail-in ballots in American history.
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In a video message with the directors of the FBI, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and National Security Agency (NSA), National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NSCS) Director William Evanina promised that the "election system remains resilient."
"To be clear, it would be very difficult for adversaries to interfere with, or manipulate, voting results at scale," he said.