Why This Website
The purpose of this website is to present a summary landscape of voting irregularities and fraud allegations that have surfaced around the 2020 Presidential Election on November 3. The widespread allegations of election irregularities have touched and wounded the nation. They have revealed numerous mechanisms by which elections can be manipulated. While some of the allegations have been debunked, and some proponents of the fraud theory have been incautious in their public statements, many of the claims remain uncontested. A significant number of statistical voting anomalies have not been explained.
Who We Are
We are a group of concerned citizens who have sought to collect, study, distill, and verify the various reports on these allegations of irregularities. We are professional data scientists, researchers, and analysts who carry PhDs or Master’s degrees in various fields. We have tried our best, using publicly accessible data whenever possible, to independently verify a claim or allegation before including it on this website. Given our professional positions and the extreme political sensitivities surrounding these allegations, we believe we would almost certainly face (unfair) professional consequences if our names were associated with it. While we remain private, we are fully accountable for the content of this website.
Why it Matters
Election irregularities or fraud are beyond partisanship, as they could also take place in party primary elections too (and perhaps already have). We wish everyone would step outside narrow partisanship — beyond Trump versus Biden or Democrats versus Republicans. If we as a nation cannot have fair and transparent elections, where all citizens’ votes are secure — and they feel they are secure — we no longer have a republic. It is that serious.