The United States Government has warned that Iran and Russia have acquired some U.S. voter registration data in an attempt to interfere with the November 3rd presidential election.

Iran is purportedly responsible for emails that intended to intimidate voters and create unrest in several states, while Tehran and Moscow obtained registration info to primarily interfere with the election.

Voters in Florida, Pennsylvania, and other battleground states have reported receiving threatening emails from spoof addresses claiming to be with the “Proud Boys” organization, claiming they would “Come after you” if they did not vote for President Trump.

FBI Director Chris Wray and Intelligence Director John Ratcliffe said during a press conference Wednesday evening that the United States will impose costs on foreign countries that interfere in the 2020 election process.