To help provide you better information and to better serve you in voter registration and information efforts you may be asked to provide personal information about yourself or your associates. Examples of personal information you may wish to provide might include a name, mailing address, phone number, email address, contact preferences and key personal identification numbers.
We use industry standard data collection methodologies to securely collect and transmit your sensitive information. If you provide us certain highly sensitive information, such as state identification numbers or social security numbers, such data will only be used to provide a document for your convenience. After providing the document to you we will erase or destroy the highly sensitive information and it will no longer be available to us or our affiliates.
Some information provided to us, such as names, email addresses, addresses, and phone numbers may be exchanged with affiliates and other organizations with principles or missions that overlap ours. You may opt out of such affiliate list exchanges at any time. Our purpose is to protect your information while making sure you have what you need to make an informed decision as a voter and citizen. If you have ever voluntarily provided your contact information to us and want to look at, change, or remove the information we have on record, you may contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
After you provide voter registration information to local or state election officials, it generally becomes a matter of public record from your state of residence. This means it will be available for inspection and use by candidates for public office and their campaign organizations as well as by others who satisfy the requirements of the State law governing its use.
Updated: April 2, 2012