House Committee on Administration: We Don’t Need to Worry About Vote Hacking

Six Republican members of the House Committee on Administration voted to eliminate the one federal agency tasked with the oversight of voting machines in our national elections.  The Election Assistance Commission may have been born from jamming machines and long lines, but as 2016 demonstrated we also need an agency to help prevent hacking.

The House members who apparently would prefer not to insure against hacking are:

GREGG HARRIS (R MS3)

RODNEY DAVIS (R IL13)

BARBARA COMSTOCK (R VA10)

MARK WALKER (R NC6)

ADRIAN SMITH (R NE 3)

BARRY LOUDERMILK  (R GA 11)

Please remind members of Nevada’s congressional delegation that the dismantling of voting protections is Not Acceptable.  Representative Amodei can be contacted at 202-225-6155, 775-686-5760.

 

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