Our Election Integrity Activist Resources corner provides tips that every voter can use to improve election transparency, voting rights and work against voter suppression. We also have tips to protect your voter registration on our Voter Resources Corner.
Please read Jenny Cohn’s article: Tips (many not obvious) to Protect your Voter Registration and Vote against Hacking and Glitches!
Mini Library of reading for election observers, poll watchers and activists: Other recommended Reading and Viewing
Links to Recommended Election Integrity Organizations: Please click here for other election integrity organizations we recommend
Poll Watchers’ Resources
Here is a state by state statute overview of the poll watchers regulations: NCSL State by State Pollworker Requirements
Here is a great manual for Poll Observers and Precinct Poll Tape Observers/Photographers:
Here are some lists of members of Congress (emails and physical addresses) for use in contacting your Member of Congress on election and voting legislation. Some of these lists are out of date. Please feel free to write to us and let us know which lists are no longer helpful:
Based on the GitHub Project at: GitHub
Lists of Secretaries of State (emails, physical addresses and Twitter handles) for use in contacting SOS’ on election and voting issues:
Lists of Counties, including County Clerks, addresses and Telephone numbers:
If you need to contact your local election official (Board of Elections) in your county, try the drop-down menu at this FVAP.GOV link: List of Local Elections Officials
Government Legislation Tool
GovTrack.us tracks the United States Congress and helps Americans participate in their national legislature.
We publish the status of federal legislation, information about your representative and senators in Congress including voting records, and original research on bills. Access GovTrak:
What you can do on GovTrack
You can read more about the data we have, including how you can get it. GovTrack was the first to create comprehensive open data about Congress, and we have successfully lobbied Congress to make more and better legislative information available to the public.