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Firm looking into attack on election website in Tennessee
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A cybersecurity firm is investigating an attack that disabled a Tennessee county's election website, officials said Wednesday. Knox County information and technology senior director Richard Moran said someone "with malicious intent" crashed a website that was reporting results after polls closed Tuesday in a primary election. Moran said no voting data was affected.