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Election Protection Wiki Portal

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Welcome to the Election Protection Wiki - Citizens tracking voter suppression and election integrity.
This special article contains archived information from the 2008 election cycle:

The 2008 Election Protection Wiki is a non-partisan, non-profit collaboration of citizens, activists and researchers to build a one-stop-shop for reports of voter suppression and the systemic threats to election integrity. We collect just the straight facts that are fully referenced to external, verifiable sources, and we need your help.

Things you can do:

Things you can do | State-by-state info | EP issues | Index | EP news | About & contact | EP Wiki Google Group

State-by-state information

Select a state below to see its election protection information.
(Red states have most recent or most serious threat and problem reports.)
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Issues and topics

Full index: All indexed EP Wiki articles

Selected issues:


For a list of all election protection articles, click on "Election Protection Wiki" at the bottom of this or any page.


Other election protection efforts

Other efforts to report on or counteract election threats:

  • Voter Suppression Wiki - A citizen-led project to coordinate information and activism around any foul play and/or mess ups that might make election '08 less than on the level.
  • Election Protection - A non-partisan coalition orchestrating the largest voter protection effort ever this election. Election Protection runs the 866-OUR-VOTE hotline for any voting questions or reports of foul play.
  • TwitterVoteReport - A non-partisan coalition using text-messaging to map what's working, what's not, and what needs to be done at voting sites so everyone can vote, and everyone's vote will count.

See the full list of national election protection and reform organizations or select one of the states from the map at left to see its local election protection and reform groups.


Other election-related topics on SourceWatch

See Congresspedia's Wiki The Vote project for profiles of every candidate and member of Congress in each state.