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How to Save 2020: The Grassroots Emergency Election Protection "Trifecta" Action Guide

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In cooperation with the Grassroots Emergency Election Protection Coalition (

The 2020 election is not likely to be cancelled or postponed.

But it CAN be sabotaged or stolen.

It will not be enough this year merely to register and vote. Nowhere near.

Those hoping for a fair outcome in the fall must NOW join election boards, become poll workers and poll watchers, and more. Wherever possible, all citizens committed to American democracy must be present for every aspect of the 2020 election process, including the post-election ballot counting and recounting.

This Guide is meant to lay out 2020's vital details as simply as possible so YOU can ACT to make things right:

This fall's outcome turns on the Election Protection Trifecta:

  1. Voter registration rolls
  2. Vote by mail
  3. Tabulation/recount of the ballots

All are under serious attack.

Losing just one can undermine all else.


The "EP Trifecta" of registration rolls, vote by mail, and ballot counting will play out differently in a series of state (plus DC) and county contests.

The Electoral College will likely decide the presidency based on Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Florida, and Arizona, followed by Ohio, New Hampshire, Georgia, New Mexico, Nevada, and Iowa, and then Maine, Texas, Kansas, Montana, Kentucky, and South Carolina. Many of the above have key US Senate races.

Less than 40 counties could determine the presidency. Less than 50 gerrymandered state legislative races could call the Congress.

The trifecta of protecting registration rolls, mailing ballots back and forth, and how they're received and counted will decide the human future.

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