The Center to Protect Voters & Their Voices was established by the American Conservative Union Foundation in response to a decades-long effort by the Left to weaken our system of elections and secure a destructive and socialist agenda that is not supported by the majority of American voters.
Representing conservatives and freedom-loving Americans across the United States, we seek to restore integrity and balance so that future elections will be conducted with fair and reliable outcomes, without the abusive tactics that Big Tech and the media used in 2020.
In a democracy with over 330 million Americans, we accept that our elected officials will not always be those we prefer. However, we demand that the results of an election represent the will of the majority of legal voters as determined by our electoral system, without unfair influences, partisan censorship, or unethical manipulation of election laws.
Our ultimate goal is an America that is informed by the best of our noble history, reflects the diversity of its citizens, and rebuilds a “government of the people, by the people, and for the people.”
With the driving goal of ensuring confidence in the outcome of every election, the Center to Protect Voters & Their Voices serves a four-part mission:
- To educate Americans about the impact and consequences of the Biden administration, the Democrat-controlled Congress, a cowardly private sector, and an unrestrained Media/Big Tech partnership.
- To activate ACU’s extensive grassroots network to make their voices known to those woke corporate leaders that are caving into the Left’s agenda.
- To memorialize and analyze the actions that undermined long-held principles for conducting fair, transparent, and reliable elections, culminating in the disastrous 2020 presidential election.
- To engage state legislators and activists to rebuild and establish sound election laws and resist the Left’s efforts to federalize our election systems in ways clearly designed to silence conservatives, dismantle election safeguards, and build a one-party system.