Tonya Riley gives an exclusive first look at David Levine and William T. Adler’s report, Trusting the Vote: Establishing a Presidential Commission on Election Resilience and Trust, in The Washington Post’s Cyber 202. 

After a volatile election cycle marred by unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud, a group of experts is recommending that President Biden form a commission to boost Americans’ confidence in elections and to propose ways to increase security by 2022.

The Alliance for Securing Democracy and Center for Democracy and Technology, in a new report first shared with The Cybersecurity 202, wants Biden to form such a commission by executive order in his first term. 

The Washington Post

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