The Alliance for Securing Democracy's David Levine spoke to the podcast about how to keep voters – and votes – safe at the polls.
The 2020 election cycle was expected to dominate this year, but it has been moved aside as the coronavirus pandemic has dominated the news, but we are less than 100 days from Nov. 3, with many questions remaining about the security of the election. The pandemic itself has upended many elections plans, while questions about foreign interference and broader cybersecurity questions remain.
David Levine is the Elections Integrity Fellow at the Alliance for Securing Democracy. He joined the program to discuss the security of the election, mail-in voting and the coronavirus.
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