(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) The Center for American Progress conducted a study in order to determine how vulnerable election systems are to hacking.
According to the research, Missouri received a "D" grade for security systems while Kansas received an "F."
The study looked at data including whether if states conducted post-election audits or if they used paper absentee audits as well as if they used cybersecurity systems for voting machines.
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