Connecticut was one of 21 states targeted by Russian hackers during last year’s presidential campaign.
The Secretary of the State’s “perimeter defense” prevented interference. But recent testimony on Capitol Hill raises serious concerns about what will happen during the 2018 vote.
On Wednesday, October 11 (Unitarian Church, 7 p.m.), Westporters worried about voter fraud — and the future of our election system — can hear directly from the Secretary of the State.
And question her directly.
Denise Merrill will address a meeting of Indivisible Connecticut District 4. (Click here to register for the meeting, and to submit questions in advance.)
She’ll talk about Russia’s attempts to hack into Connecticut’s online voter registration system, the Trump administration’s Koback Commission on voter fraud, and efforts to bring early voting options to Connecticut. Admission is free.