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A political party's computers are not part of the "critical election infrastructure" unless the party [or parties] has become the state.

Exceptionalism is political crack. States seek to influence elections in other states. Always have, always will. Having a candidate aligned explicitly aligned with the interests of a foreign state is quite common in Americas. As is having a foreign state explicitly align themselves with a candidate.

Not to mention that the US has a particularly awful history of subverting other countries' elections.

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