Introduction to a New Way of Voting

Voter Verified Election is a non-profit corporation licensed by the Internal Revenue Service under Section Voter Verified Election is a non-profit corporation licensed by the Internal Revenue Service under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRC allowing contributors to deduct their contributions on their income tax returns.

It has two purposes. 1. To create election software where the voter can verify their vote is correct in an official database. 2. Give information on the candidates and issues you are voting on, so that you can make an educated vote.

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     Voter Verified Elections supports the West Michigan News Company in their efforts to take elections away from government control and put them into the hands of local election groups.501(c)(3) of the IRC allowing contributors to deduct Voter Verified Election is a non-profit corporation licensed by the Internal Revenue Service under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRC allowing contributors to deduct their contributions on their income tax returns.

It has two purposes. 1. To create election software where the voter can verify their vote is correct in an official database. 2. Give information on the candidates and issues you are voting on, so that you can make an educated vote.


     Voter Verified Elections supports the West Michigan News Company in their efforts to take elections away from government control and put them into the hands of local election groups.their contributions on their income tax returns.

It has two purposes. 1. To create election software where the voter can verify their vote is correct in an official database. 2. Give information on the candidates and issues you are voting on, so that you can make an educated vote.


     Voter Verified Elections supports the West Michigan News Company in their efforts to take elections away from government control and put them into the hands of local election groups.

MERA Testimony Before the Michigan Senate Committee on Elections

Phil Shephard, Professor Emeritus Michigan State University gives testimony first on major problems and steps to cure them.

Pat Foster gives testimony on audits performed during recounts on the Secretary of State’s race rather than the candidate requesting the recount. Results were all in favor of the incumbent by between 3 to 5.5% over four precincts.

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August 23, 2009 FOIA Requests

On August 23, 2009, four groups of volunteers went out to various cities and townships in Allegan County, Michigan to request under the Freedom of Information Act to photograph and see the ballots from the 2008 General Election. This resulted in Michigans Attorney General issuing AG Opinion # 7247 allowing the citizens of Michigan to FOIA and count the ballots 30 days after an election has been certified. Go to  VVVotes.org

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Casco Township 2006 General Election Canvass

Roy Hebert, attorney speaks to a representative in Lansing of the Michigan Bureau of Elections. Mr. Hebert reads him the law that gives us the right to see and count the ballots, and he is told he cannot do that.

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2006 Lee Township Recount

We request the Board of Election Canvassers to comply with the law, and we are just ignored or denied any access to the ballots.

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