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Is there an election denier with power over your local election process? We've done the research. 

Democracy Health Grade

Protect Our Election's research team has spent months drilling down to the local level in search of red flags that may impact your experience voting in six key states this year. We looked for election administrators or local officials with a role in certification who have expressed support for election denial conspiracy theories, we noted recent turnover and/or upheaval in administrative roles and processes, and we evaluated where voter suppression and/or intimidation may occur. 

Our findings are below. All told, we identified 110 counties across our six states that met the criteria for a red flag. These are locations where we may see refusal to certify electoral results at the local level, or other post-election partisan efforts to game the system. 

It is likely that we missed some jurisdictions. If you have information you would like to share with us as we build our database for future election years, please do so via the form below. 

(37 out of 67) 

Allegheny County
Armstrong County
Bradford County
Bucks County
Butler County
Cameron County
Carbon County
Centre County
Clarion County
Columbia County
Cumberland County
Dauphin County
Delaware County
Elk County
Erie County
Fayette County
Franklin County
Fulton County
Juniata County
Lackawanna County
Lancaster County
Luzerne County
Lycoming County
Mercer County
Monroe County
Montgomery County
Northampton County
Perry County
Pike County
Potter County
Schuykill County
Somerset County
Warren County
Washington County
Westmoreland County
Wyoming County
York County

(8 out of 15) 

Cochise County
Gila County
Graham County
La Paz County
Maricopa County
Pinal County
Yavapai County
Yuma County


(15 out of 83) 

Antrim County
Allegan County
Benzie County
Calhoun County
Cheboygan County
Hillsdale County
Isabella County
Kalamazoo County
Kent County
Macomb County
Monroe County
Montcalm County
Roscommon County
Wayne County
Wexford County


(12 out of 17) 

Carson City County
Douglas County
Elko County
Esmeralda County
Eureka County
Humboldt County
Lincoln County
Lyon County
Nye County
Storey County
Washoe County
White Pine County


(8 out of 159) 

Ben Hill County
Coffee County
Coweta County
Elbert County
Johnson County
Morgan County
Pierce County
Richmond County


North Carolina
(30 out of 100) 

Alamance County
Alexander County
Anson County
Ashe County
Beaufort County
Bertie County
Bladen County
Brunswick County
Burke County
Caldwell County
Catawba County
Columbus County
Craven County
Currituck County
Edgecomb County
Granville County
Halifax County
Henderson County
Iredell County
Jackson County
Mecklenburg County
Montgomery County
Moore County
New Hanover County
Onslow County
Pasquotank County
Richmond County
Rowan County
Rutherford County
Union County


If you encounter any difficulties or issues voting - either early or in person on November 8 - please file a complaint with us at Protect Our Election and call 1-866-OUR-VOTE for immediate legal assistance.

Prohibited activities by poll workers and/or observers usually include:

  1. Wearing or distributing campaign material or electioneering;

  2. Impeding or disrupting the voting process or speaking with voters or election assistants;

  3. Interfering with the privacy of the voter, including positioning themselves in such a way that they can view confidential voter information on poll books or laptops or standing in such a way that they can view the contents of ballots inserted into a tabulator;

  4. Using an electronic device to film or take photographs inside the voting enclosure;

  5. Taking photographs, videos, or recording a voter without the consent of the voter and the chief judge;

  6. Entering the voting booth area or attempting to view voted ballots;

  7. Boarding a vehicle containing curbside voters; and

  8. Providing voter assistance.

Submit Your Concern

Thank you for reporting your issue - we will provide a response as soon as possible.


Marble Surface

Roy Cooper


This legislation creates a high risk of voter harassment and intimidation and could discourage citizens from voting

Marble Surface

Karen Brinson Bell

Executive Director,

State Board of Elections

This order gives more opportunity to voters this year... this order is the right thing to do because no North Carolinian should fear exposure to disease when they cast their ballot.

Marble Surface

Patrick Gannon


State Board of Elections

Adversaries both domestically and abroad want you to distrust the elections process. Please let them know that you trust your elections officials and the elections process by exercising your right to vote.


Protect Our Election,

Preserve Our Democracy

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