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Democrats have already been targeted by Russians attempting to interfere in the 2018 midterm elections.
Lawmakers say the Trump administration and other Republicans are not taking the issue seriously enough ahead of the elections in November.
Republicans voted down an additional $250 million for states to bolster election and cyber security on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON — The Russian government’s efforts to spread disinformation, interfere, and hack US political campaigns did not end with the 2016.
While meddling and other nefarious activity have continued into the 2018 election cycle, including an attempted hacking of a Senate campaign, the Republicans tasked with countering the Russians are not doing nearly enough, lawmakers say.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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