The Election Infrastructure Government Coordination Committee and the Election Infrastructure Department Coordination Committee said: “The November 3 election was the safest election in U.S. history. Currently, election officials across the country are reviewing and carefully reviewing the entire election process before finalizing it. Results.” The executive committee said.
The organization, which includes federal employees working in the Trump administration, added in bold: “There is no evidence that any voting system will delete or lose votes, change votes or be compromised in any way.”
At the same time, internal debates continue, involving the wisdom of continuing to face legal challenges and requiring recounts in multiple states.
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During the trial, the president expressed his distrust of the election process by claiming to change the number of votes and calling for hundreds of thousands of votes.
Chris Krebs, Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, tweeted a statement from election officials-including employees of the Department of Homeland Security, and publicized it on Twitter-urging the American public Have confidence in the system.
Krebs has been debunking conspiracy theories promoted by Trump and his allies on Twitter, telling people in recent days that he doesn’t care whether he is fired by the president.
A senior government official also defended the Thursday evening statement necessary to protect the integrity of the 2020 election.
The official said: “The first principle of CISA is to protect the democratic process, not the individual.”
In conclusion, the election official said: “Although we know many unfounded claims and opportunities for misinformation about the election process, we can assure you that we have the greatest confidence in the security and integrity of the election, and you It should be done.” Their statement.
“When you have questions, please seek a trusted voice from election officials during the election management process.”
Kaitlan Collins, Kevin Liptak and Jim Acosta of CNN contributed to this report.