David Sloss has written an op-ed for The Hill about the ongoing threat that Russian interference has to the integrity of electoral democracy in the United States.

“Congress should appropriate money now to fund an independent, nonpartisan task force to study the effects of Russian electoral interference in the 2020 election. To obtain useful data, the task force should begin its work six to 12 months before the election. The task force should conduct a detailed survey of eligible voters in several key battleground states, such as Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Florida. Survey participants would answer a series of election-related questions on a monthly basis in the months preceding the election, and again after the election. All participants would have to agree to allow task force members to monitor their social media usage for a period of several months.”

Read the op-ed here.