Timeline of Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections

This is a timeline of major events related to election interference that Russia conducted against the U.S. 2016 elections. It also includes major events related to investigations into suspected inappropriate links between associates of Donald Trump and Russian officials.[1] Those investigations continued in 2017, 2018, and 2019.

Relevant individuals and organizations[]

Seth Abramson estimated more than 400 people could be listed here.[2]

A–E[]

F–K[]

L–Q[]

R–Z[]

Before Donald Trump's candidacy[]

1986[]

1987[]

1991[]

1996[]

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2007[]

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2011[]

2012[]

2013[]

2014[]

January–June 2015[]

2016 presidential campaign[]

June–December 2015[]

January–March 2016[]

April–May 2016[]

June 2016[]

July 2016[]

August 2016[]

September 2016[]

October–November 2016[]

Post-election transition[]

November–December 2016[]

January 2017[]

Investigations' continuing timelines[]

See also[]

References[]

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