Nebraska Secretary of State assures election security is highest priority

Recent events of potential voter registration database attacks in Arizona and Illinois and the FBI Flash Alert about targeting activity against state election systems have brought national attention to the issue of election cyber security for the coming November election, according to Secretary of State John Gale.

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