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Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams on Keeping Elections Secure

“You also have to ensure security, because if you don’t, you’re going to suppress voters because they’re not going to trust your process and they won’t come vote.”

-Kentucky Secretary of State MichAEl Adams

States are taking important steps to keep local elections secure, despite ongoing attempts by the Biden administration to undermine their efforts. One of the more recent attempts involves allowing partisan third parties to act essentially as government agents and register people to vote. Michael Adams, Secretary of State in Kentucky, points out how this is a huge conflict of interest and a threat to election security.

Here, Secretary Adams discusses the importance of keeping elections secure and free from these conflicts of interest. In Kentucky, he says, they’ve shown that it’s possible to make it both easy to vote and hard to cheat. He also emphasizes how failing to secure elections can suppress voters—because if they don’t trust the process, they simply won’t show up to vote.

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