VRF adds seven states to absentee ballot tracker
Jul 19, 2022

by Voter Reference Foundation

DOWNERS GROVE, IL — The Voter Reference Foundation (VRF) — which is breaking new ground in America by providing transparency and accountability in our elections -- is expanding its successful absentee voter tracking tool.

The VRF absentee ballot tracker portal allows the public to track absentee ballots that have been requested by voters and track their return. Primary election data from North Carolina, Georgia, Nevada, Michigan, and Wisconsin’s spring primary is already available.

VRF is now adding primary election data for Alaska, Kansas, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Florida, Washington, and Wisconsin’s fall primary data will be added in coming weeks.

The states hold their primaries in various months ranging from May through August, with some states mailing absentee ballots as early as April.

VRF has also been building a first-of-its-kind nationwide searchable platform for voter roll data. With both the voter roll platform and absentee ballot tool, VRF is compiling publicly available information and publishing it in an easy-to-digest format. The absentee ballot portal, which will be updated daily, will be available via the Voter Reference Foundation website

“Our mission is to make voter information more accessible to the public. The absentee ballot tracker is essential for Americans demanding accountability and election security,” said VRF Executive Director Gina Swoboda. “With each state’s data added to the tracker, we are restoring faith and transparency in our elections.”