About The Election Integrity Project

Formed in December 2010 as a Wyoming corporation, since March 2011, the Election Integrity Project, Inc. (EIP) has been authorized by the California Secretary of State to transact intrastate business in the State of California according to its laws.

EIP is a nonpartisan, group of U.S. and California citizen volunteers seeking to fulfill our duty to actively participate in the governing of our state/country by helping to ensure the integrity of the voting process which protects our freedoms and way of life. EIP volunteers seek to protect a government of, by, and for the people by maintaining an active role in that part of government which empowers us with the most fundamental right of a Constitutional Republic ~ the right to choose our representatives by vote.

The goal of our volunteers is to become active participants in the entire election process, from overseeing the integrity of the voter rolls, to working to ensure that each citizen’s vote is counted and counted fairly.

The need for EIP, a grassroots organization, became apparent after several citizen volunteers observed the November 2010 midterm elections and experienced the voting process first hand. Since, by observation, research and data processing, EIP discovered corruption in the election system’s implementation, federal and state, exemplified by mistake, inadequate poll worker training, questionable/law violating county election rules, failure prone voting machines which open doors to potential vote outcome inaccuracies and even election fraud.

EIP is headquartered in Santa Clarita, California. Currently contributions to EIP are not tax deductible. More information can be obtained by filling out the form on EIP’s contact page.