Oct 28, 2020
At the heart of who we are as Americans and what our country was founded on and represents, is our right to vote, and for that vote to be counted. People have marched, protested, fought and died to ensure that right is preserved and protected. And the potential that this right to vote could be threatened, whether by forces foreign or domestic, especially during perhaps one of the most divisive presidential elections in our history should be of great concern to us all.
For this episode I am joined by Natalie Scala, professor at Towson University to discuss election security, what threats we are facing and what can be done to address these and preserve the security and integrity of our electoral process.