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HeadCount Voter Registration
Personal information and other unique identifiers required by law for voter registration applications, including but not limited to those submitted through HeadCount, either at an event or through our online voter registration tool, becomes a matter of public record and is available for inspection and use by legitimate candidates for public office and their campaign organizations as well as by others who qualify under the applicable State or local laws.
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Links to third-party websites
HeadCount utilized third-party software for purposes of engaging the public. Privacy policies and terms and conditions can be found on the respective website of these software companies, including. Phone2Action, TurboVote, and Rock the Vote.