Polling station, USA. Stringer
WASHINGTON, 10 Oct – the Ministry of internal security of the United States to the interim congressional elections in November will establish the means to protect the infrastructure of voting to protect the will of 90% of voters, said Wednesday the head of Department Kirsten Nielsen.
“The interim elections next month our security sensors networks will be installed in the field to protect the infrastructure of the elections, covering more than 90% of registered voters,” she said at the hearings in the Senate.
According to her, on the voting day on 6 November, experts of the Ministry will work at full strength and open “situational virtual office” which will track activity across the country.