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FBI Expands Suite of Resources on Election Security
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“America’s elections are the foundation of our democracy—so protecting them is a priority for the FBI and our partners,” stressed FBI Director Christopher Wray in his message introducing the expansion of the FBI’s Protected Voices initiative.

Protected Voices is the FBI’s effort to share resources, information, and tools with political campaigns to help protect the integrity of every election—whether it is for a county council seat or a U.S. Senate seat. Initially launched in 2018, the initiative released new and updated materials this week.


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