Defending Our Democracy: Transparency, Cyber Security, and Voting

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A panel discussion with Deputy Secretary of State Chris Winters, Senator Chris Pearson, and Cyber Expert Justin Fimlaid, moderated by Terri Hallenbeck. After Russian interference in our national election, what can we do to protect our democracy and voting process? Vermont experts share what's being done. Hosted by Shelburne Democrats.

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