Jennifer Cohn @jennycohn1 Election security advocate & writer; attorney; Contributor @WhoWhatWhy, @NYRDaily #HandMarkedPaperBallots #ProtectOurVotes 🆘 Jun. 04, 2019 1 min read

It can be hard to know who to “believe” re: election security. One factor I consider is whether someone is (a) willing to discuss questions & concerns w/ their claims & gives sources so u can decide 4 yourself; verses (b) expects u to trust them w/o sources & blocks people... 1/

... or lashes out w/ false accusations or claims it is “bullying” to ask them questions or to express concerns about what they say or haven’t addressed. 2/

If someone has the ear of lawmakers or election officials or is in a position to make decisions re: election security, to testify to Congress about election security, or to influence the national discourse on election security, then they shld EXPECT questions from the public. 3/

And the public should EXPECT them to make a good faith attempt to answer. These are our elections, not theirs. TY. 4/

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