From Politico Pro:

As states scramble to adapt their voting systems to the coronavirus, a group of security experts and good-governance groups penned an open letter warning that states should stay away from internet voting. “All internet voting systems and technologies are currently inherently insecure,” the letter reads, which includes signatories like Michael Fernandez, the director of the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s Center for Scientific Evidence in Public Issues and Common Cause’s Karen Hobert Flynn. The letter said states should “consider expanding access to voting by mail and early voting to maintain the security, accuracy, and voter protections essential for American elections in the face of this public health crisis.” The letter also includes several computer science professors from across the country.

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