Minnesota secretary of state on election security heading into 2020

Officials in Minnesota are already thinking about how they plan to stop hackers during the 2020 election season.

Using new federal money, Secretary of State Steve Simon plans to update the state’s voter registration system and hire a cyber security policy writer.

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Simon joined MPR News host Angela Davis to talk election security and what to expect during the 2020 voting season.

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