Indiana Secretary of State Holli Sullivan says she spent the first year in office strengthening the state’s election system and visiting election officials in all 92 counties.
At a Friday news conference, Sullivan highlighted legislation signed by the Governor, which she says will strengthen voting security.
The bill requires those requesting an absentee ballot to provide their driver’s license number or the last four digits of their social security number.
The legislation also delivers state-funded paper trail machines to Indiana counties before the next presidential election, ensuring each Indiana voting system has a paper trail.
You can hear Sullivan in the Leon-Tailored Audio above. Each segment runs for about 15 minutes.