State House members get update on election security

January 17, 2019 06:18 PM

Members of the Minnesota House got an update Thursday on efforts meant to improve election security in the state.

A bill sponsored by Republican Rep. Tim O'Driscoll would provide money for replacing voting equipment, implementing a post-election audit system and cyber security training.


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