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StateScoop: ELECTION CYBERSECURITY REDESIGN – The big spending bill Congress passed last month includes a $380 million allocation to the Election Assistance Commission, and states are now looking for ways to spend that funding on more secure election systems. Several states have reported they are now in the process of developing proposals of how their funding will be spent, including Washington and Wisconsin, two states that were targeted in the previous presidential election. New post-election audits and the installation of paper-based voting machines are among the projects the federal grants will support. Colin Wood has more information at StateScoop..