The Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday released the first volume of its bipartisan investigation report on Russia. This volume of the report deals with election security.
The complete report will be five volumes in total.
You can read the first volume, now, below.
"If there was ever a moment when Congress needed to exercise its clear constitutional authorities to regulate elections, this is it," Democratic senator Ron Wyden of Oregon wrote in the report.
There's a lot of redaction.
Here's the official source link at intelligence.senate.gov.
Here's a downloaded copy, which I've uploaded to Scribd.
Observations, below, from Twitter.
NEWS: Senate Intel has released its long awaited report on Russian interference in the 2016 election.https://t.co/i3iUqyK5TN
Takeaways, via Burr & Warner: pic.twitter.com/DaPRSwa362
— Andrew Desiderio (@AndrewDesiderio) July 25, 2019