U.S. Election Security Faces Tricky Balancing Act

U.S. officials hoping to stop a possible al Qaeda attack before the November election face the difficult task of providing enough security without scaring voters away from the polling stations.Since April, U.S. officials have warned they have intelligence showing al Qaeda was planning a “large scale” attack in the United States in an effort to disrupt the presidential campaign. George Foresman, homeland security adviser for Virginia Gov. Mark Warner who chairs the National Governors Association, said state officials were aiming to find the balance between security and an unobstructed election process.Full Story

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