Concerned about Fraud? Write to Your Representatives to Ensure Election Integrity

Millions of Americans are concerned about fraud and how that affects their vote and their voices during elections.

We must be active in our communities and take the time to communicate with our representatives- and tell them – respectfully, how we feel, and the concerns that we have for election integrity in the future.

The following is a sample letter as an example to use or share if desired.

You can find your representatives and their addresses at this link, and insert your zip code.


From:  ( Your Name)

To:  The Honorable (Your Representative)

Dear Hon. Mr./Ms (Your Representative),

I believe that my rights both to vote, and to have my vote count, are critical elements of election integrity in the United States of America.

I believe that if election fraud occurs, that it means that my voice, and my vote would be diminished and defrauded by the actions of those who may have committed illegal acts, and prevented accurate voting and observation.

I am a valued Citizen of (YOUR STATE) and these United States.  I am most concerned about potential FRAUD and errors in accounting and tabulation such as:

  • Mail-in Voting Fraud
  • False registration to include deceased individuals voting in many states
  • Voting computer errors, mistabulation or intrusion into systems
  • Non-U.S. Citizens voting
  • Non-resident members of U.S. states voting in different cities and states
  • State laws that do not support election integrity and voter ID

Based on the above concerns, I believe that our votes could be “diminished and diluted ” by fraud in future elections in our state.

Please note that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that:
“There is more to the right to vote than the right to mark a piece of paper and drop it in a box, or the right to pull a lever in a voting booth. The right to vote includes the right to have the ballot counted. It also includes the right to have the vote counted at full value without dilution or discount.” 
– U.S. Supreme Court, Justice Douglas, South v. Peters, 339 U.S. 276 (1950)

I respectfully request that you take every legal step in the future to ensure that elections integrity is assured for the residents of our state.

Please consider supporting laws to ensure that only legal, verified votes are counted in our elections.

Thank you and Most Respectfully Yours,