MARY CLARE JALONICK and ERIC TUCKER
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic leaders have issued a new warning that Congress appears to be the target of a foreign interference campaign.
The new alarms give a renewed urgency to concerns that foreign actors could be trying to influence the vote or sow disinformation. Presumptive Presidential nominee Joe Biden said last week that he had begun receiving intelligence briefings and warned that Russia, China and other adversaries were attempting to undermine the presidential election. Biden gave no evidence, but he said that Russia was "still engaged" after 2016 and that China was also involved in efforts to sow doubts in the American electoral process.
The Democratic leaders said in a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray on