Voter Integrity Campaign

Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens wrote in a 6-3 majority opinion upholding an Indiana voter ID law: “That flagrant examples of [voter] fraud…have been documented throughout this Nation’s history by respected historians and journalists…demonstrate[s] that not only is the risk of voter fraud real but that it could affect the outcome of a close election.”

Oregon Ballot Processing


Check if your ballots has been received. You can also check deceased family and friends for fraudulent voting.

TRUE THE VOTE tool to help voters report cases of irregularity and fraud.

Organize an Election Count Monitoring Team

 Click on the links below to learn about questionable electoral practices in Oregon and then join your local party in organizing an election observation team. No party team? You can still observe on your own. Go to the election office and ask to observe. They will ask what party (Measure or candidate) you are observing for. To observe for a party or candidate, you will need a letter from the Chair of that party. It gives you more privileges, but you can also say you are a citizen observer not representing any party. The Election Clerk will give you a list of rules and an agreement form for conduct in their office. Please abide by these rules and ask what the appropriate steps they want you to take if you see anything that concerns you.

Proof of Identification

Ballots Opened Early

Unsecured Custody and Counting of Ballots

What Happens to Unused Ballots


Additional Voter Integrity Information

Vote-By-Mail Challenges

Election Related Legislation

Voter Integrity Campaign Brochure

Voting Fraud News

Election Officials

Voter Integrity Training