Every election inevitably has irregularities—some more than others.  True the Vote works to improve election processes using research-based findings from across the nation.  In 2020, the scale and scope of state-based irregularities led us to initiate ongoing research projects in many states, including Georgia, Texas, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Nevada, Wisconsin, and Arizona.
Yes.  Based on our ongoing investigations into these drop-box ballot boxes and findings stemming from our partnerships working with Federal and State Law Enforcement agencies, we are confident that abuse occurred. 
There will always be bad actors, but as a nation and society, we can make so many substantive improvements to give voters peace of mind:
  1. Clean up America’s voter rolls. According to the PEW Research Center, roughly one in eight voters have inaccurate information. Inaccurate voter rolls create an environment prone to fraud.
  2. Volunteer. Elections are messy, not unlike watching sausage being made. There are lots of moving parts. It takes lots of people, lots of processes, and lots of patience. Millions of citizens are needed to ensure all election positions are fully staffed and political parties are equally represented.
  3. Advocate. It is up to us - the people - to demand elections that are fair, accurate, and secure. Hacks occur from the outside in and from the inside out.
  4. Look ahead. America’s election equipment is antiquated and our technology is not nearly as secure and it could be. We need to consider solutions like blockchain that are transparent, trackable, and auditable.
  5. Standardize Voter ID. We need a national model for voter ID that supports that balance of personal liberty, state sovereignty, and national security. Private sector companies routinely validate identity, residency, and citizenship in real-time. The technology exists. Why wouldn’t we use it to improve both accessibility and accuracy in our elections?
We first must investigate and come to an accepted consensus as to how the fraud occurred. We then must use it as a guide moving forward to make sure that what happened in 2020 never happens again.
America’s voter rolls have been neglected, our technology is antiquated, and deceptive processes have become institutionalized. Our elected officials either accept it as a dysfunction, or use it to political advantage, either of which leaves our elections vulnerable. But elections are one place where citizens have a leading role to play inside a government process. The fight for fair and transparent elections is Constitutional Democracy in Action.
Simple. A voter ID ensures that the person casting a vote is who they claim to be. Unfortunately, it's used as a weapon to pit Americans against each other by telling us that it's somehow racist or intimidating to show identification when you vote. But we show ID for everything, from social programs to travel. If you don’t have an ID, how limiting must that be in your daily life? Why wouldn’t you want to get an ID? We are the only industrialized nation in the world that does not have a standardized form for voter identification.
In today’s culture, terms like “voter suppression” and “voter intimidation” are loaded descriptions that partisans use to attack their opponent and supporters. It has more to do with political grandstanding than protecting voters’ rights. To be clear, a voter’s right to participate in elections should be protected. True voter suppression and intimidation are illegal, reprehensible acts, and should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Yes there are many types of fraud - for example, voter registration fraud, mail ballot (fraud where you knowingly cast a ballot without proper authority); there’s vote harvesting where you are paid some compensation to vote a certain way or hand over your ballot. You have people who vote more than once due to poor technology that allows them to get away with it, and of course, you have process fraud - institutionalized fraud - willfully working to ensure voter rolls are neglected - flagrantly disregarding state laws for signature matching or asking people to show their ID.
It doesn’t exist. There is no comprehensive national database of election fraud. Compiled lists can be found online, but none represent the full scale and scope of the election fraud actually occurring in our country.
It’s difficult to investigate or prosecute because the threat of election fraud has not been prioritized as a crime that must be stopped.
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  1. -U.S. Election Assistance Commission (https://www.eac.gov/about-the-useac)
  2. -National Conference of State Legislatures (https://www.ncsl.org/)
  3. -Ballotpedia.org (https://ballotpedia.org/Main_Page)
  4. -Legiscan (https://legiscan.com/)
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Transparency is the backbone of a representative republic. To that end, we are launching a web-based app that allows every citizen to help clean up their local jurisdiction voter rolls by identifying problems and reporting them in accord with their state’s laws and processes. Additionally, we will expand our efforts in educating, recruiting, training, and mobilizing citizens to ensure that no election is left vulnerable.
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