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The democratic party of the United States in the state of Georgia was accused of trying to hack into the voter registration system on the eve of the gubernatorial election. It is reported by NBC.
Charges were made by the Republican candidate, Secretary of state Brian Kemp. He said that the Democratic party has made “an unsuccessful attempt to hack into the voter registration system of the state.” Kemp added that his office is investigating the matter and has warned the FBI and Department of homeland security.
“I can confirm that the Democratic party in Georgia is under investigation for possible cyber crimes,” said Kemp.
Representatives Democrats called the statements of the Camp “political stunt”.
On 3 November it became known that Twitter has removed the 10 of thousands of accounts, which automatically sent messages calling not to vote in US elections.
November 6 U.S. elections 39 governors, the entire lower house of Congress — the house of representatives and 35 senators out of 100.
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