Privacy Policy

Last Updated: February 22, 2018

What you should know

Voter.ly ("Voter.ly", "Voterly", "we", "us") was created to simplify the process of voting. Instead of filling this page with a bunch of legal jargon, therefore and henceforth, we will also make our policies easy to understand for normal people. So here's the deal:

What kind of personal info is collected?

If you sign up for the newsletter, we receive your email address, zip code, and state.

If you register to vote using our Register to Vote page, which uses a 3rd party partner, we receive select personal information, such as your name, email, and home address. We do not have access to or ever see your Social Security number.

How is my information used?

We use your information to send you occasional newsletters (which you can opt-out for) and important voter alerts.

Do you sell my info?

No.

We currently don't sell any information, but if we do end up selling information, it would be non-personal and/or anonymized information used to help GOTV efforts. We will not sell/trade/lend your email address or any other personally identifying information to any other parties.

Who else has access to my info?

Our Register to Vote page is provided by Rock The Vote. You can see their privacy policy here.

Can I remove my data?

We don't actually store any of your info on our servers, that is all handled by the 3rd parties listed above. You can unsubscribe from the newsletter and voter alerts at any time, though.

Contact info

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy or anything else, send an email to help@voter.ly. You can also send us mail at the following address:

Voter.ly
2105 SW Bridge St.
Grants Pass, OR 97526

Changes to Privacy Policy

This document may change at any time. We will likely not send out a notification if it does change unless it is deemed important enough to justify bothering you.

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