Attention Volunteers: Wanna Help Clean Up the Voter Rolls?

If I’ve heard it once, I’ve heard it a thousand times.

Conservative grassroots activists have complained for years that when they volunteer to get involved in projects, they’re ignored or, at best, given something inconsequential or insignificant to do.

They don’t feel their time is making a difference.

If you fall into this category in Clark County, I invite you to join the Pigpen Project – the only independent project that is successfully removing ineligible voters from the voter files.

Last month, our team of volunteers hit 208 doors of voters who were suspected of no longer living where they were registered.  And our volunteers collected 102 signed “Residency Discrepancy Reports” which have been submitted to the Registrar of Voters (ROV).

As in the past, the ROV will confirm the information in the reports and move those voters from “active” to “inactive” status.

Which means 102 fewer ineligible voters will be automatically mailed ballots next year, reducing the chances for voting fraud and saving taxpayers money in the process.

There are thousands of similarly suspicious registrations on the rolls.

And we’ve figured out how to successfully remove them by simply following the guidelines established by election officials who have been extremely supportive of our effort because we’re doing everything “by the book.”

It’s the difference between making unsubstantiated allegations and doing the work necessary confirm and document ineligible registrations.  And it’s a critical project to assure accurate and secure elections next year.

Tired of spinning your wheels and wanna be part of something big like this?

Over the past couple of months, we’ve held three Pigpen Project training workshops and have trained over 55 people. And our next Pigpen Project training session will be held on Saturday December 2nd.

The workshop will run from 12:30am – 2:30pm.  Exact location and directions will be provided once you are confirmed.  Lunch will be provided.

The agenda will:

•     Cover the scope of our effort
•     Review the type of analyses we are doing
•     Show where we will start canvassing in person & by phone
•     Review sample scripts
•     Demonstrate the software tool we will be using

If you’d like to attend, please sign up at the Eventbrite site by clicking on THIS LINK.

If you’re not available but would like to come to one of our future sessions, please send an email to and provide your phone # so we can contact you for the next training session.

A lot of people complain about “election fraud,” but few do anything about it. I hope you're one of the few.

Whether you want to do some door-knocking, phone-calling, or data research, we can sure use your help.  And you'll be doing something meaningful that will truly make a difference in future elections.

Hope to see you there!

Chuck Muth
Citizen Outreach Foundation


“We know, and I guarantee you'll agree, the voter rolls are not clean. You can ask the person next to you if they're aware of somebody [who] moved out of the house two years ago, and they're still getting their ballots – and that ballot’s still available for anybody to grab and take the chance of filling it out.” – Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo

The Pigpen Project is a project of Citizen Outreach Foundation, an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) grassroots organization founded in 1992.  Donations are tax-deductible for federal income tax purposes.

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