5 Ways to Protect Your Vote

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 "5 Ways to Protect Your Vote"  

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 1.  CANCEL YOUR REQUEST TO RECEIVE MAIL-IN BALLOT.  Why is this important? Fewer ballots means it will be easier to locate and identify fraud. Voter signatures  impossible to verify, no attempt to verify, envelope and ballot being separated after opened, signatures can be easily forged, ballots can be taken from your mail box, easy for a group to confiscate multiple ballots as they are all mailed on the same day, mail ballots and envelopes are easy to replicate.
Link to FL all SOEs

    a. Call your SOE. Takes less than a minute to remove the mail ballot request.
         No online option for this request but it’s immediately updated!
    b.
  Write down person you spoke to, date and time.

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2.  VERIFY YOUR VOTER RECORD

Go to your SOE website  fl.the-peoples-audit.org (allows you to submit an affidavit- FL based org) 
Hillsborough or  voterrecords.com.

a.  Verify your details are correct. 
b.  Search on your address to see if other voters registered at your address.

If any information is incorrect contact your SOE- call and email. 

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3. VERIFY THAT YOUR STREET DOES NOT HAVE ‘EXTRA’ VOTERS REGISTERED
Go to  voterrecords.com 

  1. Type in your name, select state, click on your street address.
  2. Click on neighbor’s names to see who is registered at each address. If unknown people are registered, people have died or moved away.  Take Action
  3. If you are certain information is incorrect submit an affidavit to the SOE. Complete the form or similar form and send it certified mail to the SOE or take to party HQ so  they can send certified mail. Link to Affidavit Template for your use. 
  4. Notify your political party or county elections integrity team so they can verify updates were made. 
  5. If you need help contact your political party and/or county election integrity team.
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4.  VOTE ON ELECTION DAY or the last day of early voting(unless you are a poll worker or watcher) this will limit the data for early & absentee votes which can be used for projecting election trends and to influence voters. 

volunteer    5.  VOLUNTEER- Every county needs poll watchers, poll workers and lawyers
  •  Poll workers are paid positions by the SOE office and allow greater access to the polling procedures and policies at the polling sites.
  • Poll watchers are volunteers who are trained to monitor issues that may appear at polling sites and to watch the voters and poll workers. 
  • Lawyers are volunteers who assist with questions or situations that may have legal ramifications.  

Questions: 

ProtectYourVoteFlorida@gmail.com   
Teresa Miller- contact if you have any questions or suggestions