Colorado election security bill headed to governor’s desk

Democrats in Colorado’s legislature have passed a bill that seeks to prevent insider security threats to the state’s election system. The legislation adds more training requirements for county clerks and certain election staff, bars counties from copying voting machine hard drives without state permission, mandates key card access and full-time video monitoring of election equipment, and increases penalties for security breaches. Bente Birkeland, Colorado Public Radio.

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