California counties could receive more than $130 million this year to update voting machines. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports the proposal from Governor Jerry Brown would be the first significant funding to replace outdated and worn equipment since 2002.
Federal officials told California last week that Russians probed the state's election system for vulnerabilities before the 2016 election. That's raised new questions about a bill on Governor Jerry Brown's desk. As Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports, cyber security experts say the measure could weaken California's voting systems.