New Campaign Looks to Combat Misinformation in 2020 Elections
Real news and fake news shouldn't be confused
With the first 2020 votes just weeks away, groups are stepping up with new messaging initiatives that aim to inform the public and counteract the risks of external influences.
The news industry announced something to this effect recently, and now the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) is getting in on the action with a program called #TrustedInfo2020. The campaign will bring together dozens of partners to help encourage the public to reach out to state and local election officials for trusted, accurate information.
In a news release, NASS President Paul Pate, the Iowa secretary of state, noted that the initiative was an effort to put up a united front on an important, bipartisan issue.
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