Call Recording: Foreign Interference in the 2018 Midterms


Trepidation about foreign influence over our democracy is as old as the United States itself. Throughout history, the U.S. has seen repeated attempts by foreign powers to affect American politics and policies. In 2016, the intelligence community agrees the most obvious foreign influence came from Russia. But in 2018, it could be North Korea, China, Iran, or any number of other foreign countries or actors with an interest in influencing or disrupting U.S. democracy.

Campaign Legal Center has released a new report, Examining Foreign Interference in U.S. Elections, an analysis of the vulnerabilities in our current electoral system, and proposed solutions to address those vulnerabilities.

Listen to a call hosted by the report's authors on January 31, 2018 to discuss these critical issues: