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Guard My Vote is a megaphone for your voice to ensure voter health.

We Need Guard My Vote

More Than Ever

The 15th Amendment, grants Americans the right to vote at the federal level. Yet, each state has different voting registration and election rules. At the end of every election cycle, governmental agencies publish elections results after collecting our ballots. The thing is, voting isn't just about the ballot that you cast. Voting is also about you and your experience in exercising that right. Voting should be easy. If you are an eligible-American voter, no one should stand in your way when you attempt to vote.

Guard My Vote gives you a way to validate the voting experience from your own perspective. Your experience is recorded securely and can be compared in various demographic and geographic ways. We work to ensure that America lives up to its promise of equality and high voting standards. When you use Guard My Vote, you're bringing balance and integrity to the election process for yourself, me, and the country.

Does your state have the best voter turnout and voting experience in the America? Or, does your state seem to land near the bottom? Now, thanks to Guard My Vote, we can take the real-time input from every voter in the nation and know where to make changes and encourage best practices.


Americans think the voting system is rigged or corrupt.

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Non-voters that opted out of the 2020 election because it "makes no difference" who wins.


Citizens do not have government issued photo-identification to vote due to accessibility.

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To the voting system

Easy to use surveys are automatically sent to your device designed for the state and zip code you'll be voting in. With capabilities to add photos and comments to your survey answers, there will finally be a way to document incorrect addresses, signatures, polling place closures and so much more.

Key voting terms

Prepare yourself to guard your vote by knowing what to look for.


Voter Purging

Voter registration

Voter Suppression

Voter fraud

Mail in ballot


Voter Health

Voter Identification

Voter intimidation

Voter caging


Polling place

Ballot Drop Box


Voting that does not happen in person on Election Day but instead occurs another way (generally by mail). All states allow for some form of absentee/mail-in balloting. Some states require voters to provide a valid excuse to vote absentee/by mail, while others allow any eligible voter to cast an absentee/mail-in ballot.

Source: NCSL

Requirements and rules for registering to vote that may include requirements related to age, criminal history or status, time before or after an election, valid forms of identification and more.
Do not make the assumption that the rules have not changed since the last time that you may have voted!

Am I registered?

A strategy used to influence an election by discouraging or preventing specific groups of people from voting. Unlike political campaigning which attempts to change likely voting behavior by changing opinions of potential voters, activating inactive voters, or registering new supporters, voter suppression attempts to reduce the number of voters who might vote against a candidate or proposition.

Source: Wikipedia

To intimidate, threaten, [or] coerce … any other person for the purpose of interfering with the right of [that] other person to vote or to vote as they may choose.

Source: ACLU

A healthy voter has, as required by the State where they vote; a valid, current form of State identification, a valid ballot, and casts a vote pursuant to the state deadlines.

The legal or erroneous removal of citizens from voter rolls to ensure that voter rolls are dependable, accurate, and up-to-date. Precise and carefully conducted purges can remove duplicate names and people who have moved, died, or are otherwise ineligible.

Source: Ballotopedia

The intentional or coordinated act of violating election or voting laws

Source: Google

When a party or organization sends mail to registered voters that are likely against their candidate. Returned "undeliverable" mail is placed on a "caging list." The group that sent the mail then challenges the right to vote of those on the list, claiming that if the voters were unreachable at the registered address, then the registration is fraudulent and they cannot vote.

Source: Ballotopedia

Free software designed to improve the quality of life by helping its users document a) infringements on protected citizen and/or human rights and b) unmet governmental requirements for the equitable treatment of people/planet/property.

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As determined by individual States where a voter resides, there may be laws that require voters to present some form of identification at the polls. Always check your state’s rules to determine what is required for you.

A building where voting takes place during an election, typically one that normally has another function, such as a school.

Source: Google

The term gerrymandering refers to the practice of drawing electoral district lines to favor one political party, individual, or constituency over another.

Source: Encyclopædia Britannica

An election that is conducted solely through the use of mail-in-only ballots.

Source: Google

A drop box is a secure, locked structure operated by election officials where voters may deliver their ballots from the time they receive them in the mail up to the time polls close on Election Day.

Source: U.S. Election Assistance Commission

A list of persons who are eligible to vote in a particular electoral district and who are registered to vote, if required in a particular jurisdiction.

Source: Wikipedia

Your Vote is


You have the power to ENSURE IT STAYS THAT WAY

It's been hard to document the details of our voting process and to share it with the people who need to know; statewide election officials. Now you can help with Guard My Vote.

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