The news come on the same day that Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced new federal indictments against 12 Russian military officials accused of meddling and hacking during the 2016 federal elections.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh was asked to investigate the contract, the Sun reported. There is no evidence of a breach or fraud in voter registration or in voting in Maryland, WBAL reported.
Miller said the Russians’ ties to ByteGrid “goes to the heart of democracy.”
“There’s still a Cold War going on,” Miller said at the news conference. “This is the evil empire, and they are at our door when they invest in our election process.”