Hacking has been one of the big buzzwords in Washington since the 2016 presidential election. Politicians and activists have been calling for changes to the voting system after several federal agencies confirmed that Russia hacked the American presidential election. In the year since the election, Congress has not passed a single bill to "hack-proof" future elections. With just three months until the first primaries for the 2018 midterms, Congress's window to fix America's election problems is slowly closing. Raj Goyle, Co-CEO of Bodhala and Former Kansas State Representative, discusses the election issues that Congress still needs to tackle. He says that the issues still facing the American electoral system are largely political. Different states have different voting systems with varying degrees of success.