From Kim Wyman <[email protected]>
Subject Good question!
Date April 29, 2020 9:35 PM
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Hi Friend, 

This morning while making calls, a supporter asked a great question: How are we able to keep our elections secure from foreign and domestic threats?

Over my nearly 30-year career managing and overseeing elections, I have gone from developing an audible paper trail for mail-in balloting and using technology to make elections more accessible, to building a cutting-edge cybersecurity team. Those years of work have helped make Washington’s election system a model for the rest of the country. 

We have paper ballots, counted with air-gapped tabulation equipment that is not connected to the internet. Our statewide voter registration system was designed with robust firewalls and monitoring systems to prevent and detect intrusion attempts. We have developed plans to respond and recover in the event of an attack. Finally, we have built strong partnerships with state and federal agencies who specialize in cybersecurity to test and evaluate our systems and train election administrators. 

As we work with county election officials across the state to prepare for the fall elections in this COVID environment, we are also helping other states implement secure mail-in voting options for their voters. 

To continue to do this important work, I need to win in November. Tomorrow is the end of the month—if you can believe it—and I’d really appreciate your show of support. Can you make a donation to my re-election campaign today? <[link removed]>


Kim Wyman
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