If elections were held today, are you confident your vote would count? That there would be no hacking diluting the results?
WINK News took that question to Tommy Doyle, the Lee County Supervisor of Elections, who told us they are ahead of the curve when it comes to cybersecurity.
“So before every general election, probably in June this summer, there will be a statewide mailing out to every person they could discover that’s eligible but not registered,” Doyle said. “So it’s an outreach program to get people to vote.”
Doyle said Electronic Registration Information Center will use information from across the country, will make the list of eligible voters more accurate and save taxpayers money.
Below, is what you said in our Twitter poll:
🇺🇸ELECTION SECURITY🗳️ If elections were held today, are you confident your vote would count, and there would be no hacking.
— WINK News (@winknews) November 20, 2019