The House of Representatives is working to advance an election security overhaul before the next election cycle heats up in 2024. The House is expected to soon pass a sweeping bill, the Securing America’s Federal Elections Act, that is intended to strengthen the security and integrity of the nation’s election infrastructure. The bill would require states to use paper ballots in their elections and would provide them with grant money to buy the necessary equipment and systems. It would also mandate that states conduct audits after each election to verify the accuracy of the voting results. If passed, the legislation would send funds to states to help them increase their cyber security against potential threats and help train local officials to ensure the vote is secure. The proposal also calls for implementation of cybersecurity protocols and mandates. It would also require states to implement systems that allow voters to view and track their ballots to ensure accuracy. Additionally, the bill would provide funding to states to inform the public about the security of elections.
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