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Ensuring American elections are decided by eligible American voters

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The 2024 Presidential Election is the most consequential election in American history. That’s why it’s of the utmost importance that we ensure Americans eligible to vote–and only eligible Americans–cast ballots in deciding who will be the 47th President of the United States.


To do this, we are going to ensure the 25 most influential counties in 7 swing states fulfill their respective duties to inspect their voter rolls and remove ineligible voters prior to election day. And while it is not our job to remind county officials to fulfill their lawfully obligated duties, we are assisting those counties who have not done so on their own volition.

Sixty years ago, the Supreme Court established the "one-person-one-vote" doctrine in the case Baker v. Carr. Today, due to thousands of ineligible voters remaining on county voter rolls, we no longer have this right. Our mission is to restore this right and ensure our elections are decided by We the People.


To do this, we are launching a citizen-led initiative where registered voters submit challenges to their respective county voter rolls. Each state has a process that allows for this, and  we have the data and information needed to remove the names of people who do not have the right to vote in that county––including those who do not have the right to vote at all.


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While you most likely know felons and non-citizens can't vote, and you of course know dead people cannot vote either...but what else makes someone ineligble to vote?

The most common reason a voter's name is listed on a county voter roll despite not being eligible to vote in that county stems from moving out-of-state. When someone moves and re-registers to vote in their new home county, the predecessor practically never removes that voter's name from their county voter roll. 

Other reasons include failing to list a proper residential address (e.g., 2,300 people can't live in a church and no human can fit into a P.O. Box, and you likely don't live at a sports complex)

Deceased Voters

Death certificates, funeral home records, obituaries, residential address checks, probate court records, social security death indexes

Moved/Registered/Voted (MRV) Voters

National Change of Address (NCOA) Database, Secretary of State databases (via public records requests), statewide voter history files (via public records requests), business registrations & listed director residential addresses, property tax records, in-person visits and direct-voter communications, travel records, driver's license & ID records, employment records, social media, school enrollment records, voter-made public statements

Convicted Felons

State Department of Corrections (DOC) convicted felon lists, public court records & judgments, criminal conviction records, sentencing records, inmate ID publications, State and federal Department of Justice records, state and federal bureau of prisons records, residency information​



We've taken what usually seems like a complex process and broken it down into easy-to-follow steps. Here's some background information to know first:

1. Any citizen who is registered and eligible to vote may challenge their county's voter roll.

2. To submit a challenge, all you need to do is submit a cover letter and a list of names who you contend are not eligible to vote in your county and a statement specifying the basis for each voter. You can simply list all the names under each respsective heading we've listed above.

5. The county then has a decision to make: it can either follow the law and remove the names, or get sued.

3. All the information used to prove the names on your challenge list (Challenged Parties) are ineligilbe to vote is open source information and available to anyone.

4. Once you submit your challenge, you'll get a hearing date. At the hearing all you have to do is show up and explain why its "more likely than not" the names on your challenge are ineligible to vote.

How it Works

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  1. Run county voter roll through EagleAI

  2. Identify ineligible voters

  3. Compile list of all ineligible voters

  4. Draft cover letter for Board of Elections

  5. Submit challenge, in writing


  1. Begin preparing for evidentiary hearing

  2. Review Q&A's from previous hearings

  3. Review relevant state laws

  4. Attend evidentiary hearing

  5. Present your evidence & support for it


  1. Satisfy the "more likely than not" burden

  2. Introduce statutes to the Board

  3. Exhaust options to prevail on challenge

  4. Document everything & all attempts

  5. If unsuccessful, file Writ of Mandamus


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