Who We Are

Our Mission

The Election Integrity Project California (EIPCa) is a non-partisan group of U.S. citizen volunteers seeking to fulfill our duty to actively participate in the governing of our state/country by helping to defend the integrity of the voting process that protects our freedoms and way of life. EIPCa volunteers seek to protect our Republic, a government of, by, and for the people by maintaining an active role in that part of government which empowers citizens with our most fundamental right ~ the right to choose our representatives by fair and honest elections.

Our Goal

The goal of EIPCa is to enable citizens to become active participants in the entire election process, from overseeing the integrity of the voter rolls, to ensuring that each lawfully cast vote is counted and counted fairly, and that all processes are in compliance with federal, state and local laws, statutes and regulations.

Corporate Statement

The Election Integrity Project California (EIPCa) is a tax exempt, public benefit, non-profit 501(c)(3), non-partisan corporation of volunteers dedicated to assuring that every legally cast vote is properly counted and reported. EIPCa is available to assist citizen groups as well as political and business organizations on a non-partisan basis in their efforts to assure integrity in the voting process.

Opportunities to Get Involved - Volunteers

  • Contact your state Coordinator.
  • Encourage citizen involvement in the election process as poll workers and observers of the election process.
  • Training - online and; in person.
  • Advocate for the restoration of integrity in the election process.

What We Do

  • Research County and State Voter Rolls.
  • Educate volunteer poll workers, poll observers, and ballot processing observers in the state election codes for their election process.
  • Train volunteer observers to interact lawfully with elections officials to rectify perceived inconsistencies.
  • Send Position Papers to the Legislative Committees on proposed bills that impact the integrity of the election process.
  • Inform citizens about impending legislation, encouraging them to communicate with their own representatives and direct their voting patterns.

How We Do It

  • Encourage citizen involvement in the election process as poll workers and observers of the election process.
  • Training - online and; in person.
  • Advocate for the restoration of integrity in the election process.