Sept. 2, 2022, Downers Grove, IL — Voter Reference Foundation added voter registration data from South Carolina to its public, searchable database at VoteRef.com. The database now covers 31 states and the District of Columbia, and represents 62.5 percent of the voting age population nationwide as per the 2020 Census. South Carolina joins Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Texas, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin along with the District of Columbia.
“Americans of every background and political party have an interest in accessible election data,” said Voter Reference Foundation Executive Director Gina Swoboda. “The path to increasing trust in our elections is through complete and total transparency. Voters deserve that.”
About Voter Reference Foundation and VoteRef.com:
Voter Reference Foundation was created by Restoration Action, an educational 501c4 organization founded by West Point graduate and successful entrepreneur Doug Truax. A former U.S. Senate candidate in Illinois, Truax is deeply interested in election integrity, as expressed in this 2021 op-ed in American Greatness and 2022 follow-up op-ed in Real Clear Politics.
VoteRef.com is a permanent reference source where the voter rolls and other tools will be stored and updated for review with each election. Those who access the website can search by name or address for registered voters. They also will be able to examine voter histories — a list of elections that voters participated in, as well as other important election data obtained via official sources.