Voting Irregularities are any experience by the Voter that exceeds the bounds of what is a normal or legally required voting experience.
Even if the issues is “corrected” by an election official, it is an irregularity that needs to be reported.
- Party Changed
Vote by Mail
- Didn’t Receive a Ballot
- Received More Than One Ballot
- Received a Ballot Other Than Your Own
- Not Open
- No Ballots
- Incorrect Information
- Not Allowed to Vote
- Electronic Voting Machine Defaults to a Candidate
- Electronic Voting Machine Defaults to a Party
- Electronic Voting Machine Defaults to a Yes/No
Nonprofit Voter Project
The goal of EIP-CA is to defend the integrity of the voting process through research, observation and documentation.
- Statements of first-hand accounts of potential fraud or corruption that were either witnessed or a victim of are recorded on an EIP-CA Incident Statement.
- Statements should be factual instead of an opinion as they have the potential to be used in legal proceedings.
- Additional documentation may be attached to the form and submitted. We suggest keeping a copy of all documentation submitted
- All Statements must be originals, signed in blue ink, and submitted via post to EIP-CA.
- Complete Instructions are available at EIP-CA Incident Statement Instructions.
- Once submitted the statement is first reviewed by EIP- CA and then shared with Landmark Legal Foundation for review.
Federal Election Issues:
Federal Election Commission:
999 E Street, NW
Washington, DC 20463
Emails: FEC and federal campaign finance law: email@example.com
Campaign finance reports and data: firstname.lastname@example.org
United States Department of Justice – Public Integrity Section: