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Voter Fraud Election Hotline

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The ACLJ’s attorneys have compiled a list of the election hotline numbers for each state below. If you see any suspicious activity, have issues with your voting machine, or have questions about voter fraud and intimidation, please call the number for your state below.

Alabama
Election Hotline Phone Numbers:
Statewide #: 1-800-274-8683
Montgomery area: 334-242-7210

Alaska
Election Hotline Phone Numbers:
Phone: (907) 465-4611
Toll-Free: (866) 952-8683

Arizona
Election Hotline Phone Number: (877) 843-8683

Arkansas
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Toll-Free: (1-800)-482-1127

California
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Phone: (916) 657-2166
Toll-Free: (800) 345-VOTE (8683)
Spanish: 800-232-8682

Colorado
Election Hotline Phone Number: (303) 894-2200

Connecticut
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Phone: 860-509-6100
Toll-Free: 1-800-540-3764
Toll-Free: 866-733-2463

Delaware
Election Hotline Phone Number: (302) 739-4277

Florida
Voter Fraud Hotline Phone Number: 1-877-868-3737

Georgia
Election Hotline Phone Number: (404) 656-2871
Voter Fraud Hotline: 877-725-9797

Hawaii
Election Hotline Phone Number: (808) 453-VOTE (8683)
Neighbor Isle Toll-Free: (800) 442-VOTE (8683)

Idaho
Election Hotline Phone Number: (208) 334-2852

Illinois
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Springfield Office: (217) 782-4141
Chicago Office: (312) 814-6440

Indiana
Election Hotline Phone Number: (317) 232-3939
Toll-Free: (866) 461-8683

Iowa
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Phone: (515) 281-0145
Toll-Free: (888) SOS-VOTE (767-8683)

Kansas
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Stop Voter Fraud hotline at (800) 262-8683

Kentucky
Election Hotline Phone Number: 800-328-8683
Kentucky Secretary of State- Elections Branch
Telephone number: (502) 564-3490
Kentucky State Board of Elections
Telephone number: (502) 573-7100

Louisiana
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Toll-Free: (800) 722-5305

Maine
Election Hotline Phone Number: (207) 624-7736

Maryland
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Phone: (410) 269-2840
Toll-Free: (800) 222-8683

Massachusetts
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (617) 727-2828
Toll-Free number: (800) 462-VOTE (8683)

Michigan
Election Hotline Phone Number: (517) 373-2540

Minnesota
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Phone: (651) 215-1440
Toll-Free: (877) 600-VOTE (8683)

Mississippi
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Elections Hotline: 800-829-6786
Elections Call Center: 601-576-2550

Missouri
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (573) 751-2301
Toll-Free number: (800) NOW-VOTE (669-8683)

Montana
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (406) 444-4732
Toll-Free Voter Hotline: (888) 884-VOTE (8683)

Nebraska
Election Hotline Phone Number:
(402) 471-2555
(888) 727-0007

Nevada
Election Hotline Phone Number: (775) 684-5705
Toll-Free Hotline: 1-866-OUR-VOTE (687-8683)

New Hampshire
Election Hotline Phone Number: (603) 271-3242
Toll-Free Hotline: 1-866-868-3703 (1-866-VOTER03)

New Jersey
Contact the Board of Elections for your county. Contact information for each county can be found here: http://www.state.nj.us/state/elections/voting-information-local-officials.html

New Mexico
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Phone: (505) 827-3600
Toll-Free number: (800) 477-3632

New York
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (518) 473-5086 and (518) 474-6220
Toll-Free number: (800) 367-8683

North Carolina
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (919) 733-7173
Toll-Free number: (866) 522-4723

North Dakota
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (701)328-4146
Toll-Free number: (800) 352-0867 ext. 8-4146

Ohio
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Elections Division: (614) 466-2585
Voting Rights Institute: (877) 767-6446
Toll-Free: 877-889-6446

Oklahoma
Election Hotline Phone Number: (405) 521-2391

Oregon
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (503) 986-1518
Toll-Free number: 866-673-VOTE (1-866-673-8683)

Pennsylvania
Election Hotline Phone Number:
(877) 868-3772
(717) 787-5280

Rhode Island
Election Hotline Phone Number: (401) 222-2345

South Carolina
Election Hotline Phone Number:
(803) 734-9060

South Dakota
Election Hotline Phone Number:
(605) 773-3537

Tennessee
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (615) 741-7956
Toll-Free number: (877) 850-4959

Texas
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (512) 463-5650
Toll-Free number: (800) 252-VOTE (8683)

Utah
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (801) 538-1041
Toll-Free number: (800) 995-VOTE (8683)

Vermont
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Outside VT telephone number: (802) 828-2464
In-state telephone number: (800) 439-8683

Virginia
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (804) 864-8901
Toll-Free number: (800) 552-9745

Washington
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (360) 902-4180
Toll-Free number: (800) 448-4881

West Virginia
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (304) 558-6000
Toll-Free number: (866) SOS-VOTE (767-8683)

Wisconsin
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (608) 266-8005
Toll-Free: 866-868-3947 (866-VOTE-WIS)

Wyoming
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (307) 777-5860

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