State gets federal grant for election...

State gets federal grant for elections, intends to invest in security

With a runoff primary and midterm election on the horizon, state election officials plan on investing millions of federal grant money to ensure Oklahoma's voting systems are secure for the future. Oklahoma is one of all U.S. states and territories that received a total of $380 million in grant money from the 2002 Help America Vote Act , which was included in a $1.3 trillion spending bill signed by President Trump earlier this year.

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