Video. “In fact, the state deals with more than a billion attempts a day to breach databases, Lt. Governor Spencer Cox told reporters on Tuesday. The attacks come from Russia, China and even locally. . . Paper ballots are the most secure, and 27 of Utah’s 29 counties have gone vote-by-mail. Voting machines at polling precincts will have paper trails and will not be connected to the internet. Data from ballot scanners and the election machines will be physically taken from the machines and processed. The results are physically taken and uploaded to the state.”

Utah’s databases are attacked over a billion times a day, so the Lt. Governor wants to ensure elections are secure