The Election Integrity Action Team is a group of volunteer citizens, formed in the Summer of 2012, committed to protecting all aspects of Wisconsin's elections. We are currently focusing our efforts on the appropriate use and management of election technology, which we believe is the weakest link in Wisconsin's elections-administration practices and the one that gets least serious attention.
Contact us if you would like to be on our mailing list. In 2016, in particular, we will be organizing citizen observations of pre-election voting machine tests; county canvass meetings; and post-election audits in as many counties as we can, and we will be performing public, transparent verification of the voting machine output in Dane County after all four elections. If you would like to be notified of these events, to help out with them, or to organize similar events in your county, please email us at WiscElectionIntegrity@gmail.org, or follow us on Facebook.
We fund our own activities with our personal funds and receive logistical support, such as help with this website and publicity, from the Wisconsin Grassroots Network. We are not yet incorporated nor do we have any tax status.
The Action Team is strictly nonpartisan.
Election-integrity activism can take two distinct forms: 'tough cop' and 'good cop'. The Election Integrity Action Team aspires to be the good cop on the Wisconsin beat. We make every effort to work with, not against, elections officials for as long as we can while still pursuing our mission. We have no interest in embarrassing elections officials, and have genuine respect and gratitude for the hard work they do with minimal resources. When we see problems, we look for systemic causes and solutions first, and believe that suspicions of fraud and corruption are almost always best put on hold until all other causes have been ruled out. We try always to present constructive, realistic suggestions and proposals whenever we point out shortcomings or problems. We take care to share only reliably accurate information when we can, and if we see value in sharing any less-than-verifiable information, we will be clear about the nature of the information.