Obsolete, easily hacked voting machines in counties with close congressional elections–and no way to do a recount. How could Russia resist?
From my cover story in the October 26, 2018, issue of Newsweek
Security is tight at the Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Government Administration Building in Doylestown, a three-story brick structure with no windows. That’s where officials retreat on election night to tally the votes recorded on the county’s 900 or so voting machines. Unfortunately, Russian hackers won’t need to come calling there on Election Day. Cyberexperts warn that they could use more sophisticated means of changing the outcomes of close races or sowing confusion in an effort to throw the U.S. elections into disrepute….Read more