Last week we learned Russia and Iran are interfering in the 2020 presidential election. That’s concerning, but hardly surprising. It’s a reminder that Americans need to be vigilant as the election approaches. And there are some common-sense actions we all can take to make sure these adversarial countries don’t succeed in undermining the U.S. vote.
There’s no evidence any foreign country has been able to change votes or alter voter data in the United State. Still, last week’s disclosures underscored that attempts to interfere in the 2020 presidential election are real, and they’re ongoing.
There are three important takeaways from the latest developments.