Election Crime Bureau

Voter Identity Protection Project

We have all heard examples of people trying vote at the polls only to be told that they had already voted.  During the past Super Tuesday election in TX, Democrat Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg was a high profile victim of this form of identity theft.

Sadly, Democrat Kim Ogg is not alone. For over 3 years, the Lindell Offense Fund has been investigating all forms of machine-based election fraud.  This needs to stop.  The Voter Identity Protection (VIP) project will help put an end not only to this form of election fraud but also to this form of identity theft.


If you would like to participate in the VIP project, follow the steps outlined below.

How to Participate in Voter Identity Protection Project

Step 1: Request Your Mail-In Ballot

If you live in a state in which you need to request a mail-in ballot, make sure that you complete an application to vote by mail-in ballot and turn it in to your local clerk as soon as possible.  If you are unsure as to how to apply for a mail-in ballot, visit your Secretary of State website or contact your local clerk.

If you live in a state in which mail-in ballots are automatically sent to you, Proceed to Step 2

NOTE:  Please review your state's laws regarding casting mail-in ballots on election day at the polls.  Some states may have restrictions against casting mail-in ballots on election day (e.g. NJ requires mail-in voters to file an "Opt Out" form with their county clerk in order to do so).


NOTE: If you do not meet the criteria for requesting a mail-in ballot specified by your state, you will not be able to participate in the VIP Project.


Step 2: Get Started with FrankSocial App

The FrankSocial App provides you with the ability to report on election issues related to the VIP Project.  FrankSocial is the keystone component of The Plan's Real-Time Monitoring System.  With FrankSocial you will be able to monitor election issues all across the country as they occur.

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Step 3: Spread Word on Social Media

Invite everyone in your network to join us in securing the 2024 election by supporting the Voter Identity Protection (VIP) project. Download the VIP Project logo below and upload it to your social media profiles. Let's spread the message together! Create a post similar to "Join me in participating in the Voter Identity Protection (VIP) project by visiting LindellPlan.com".

Together, we can make a difference in safeguarding our elections. 

Step 4: Receive Your Mail-In Ballot

Mail-in ballots are typically mailed to voters starting 40 days before an election. 

If you have received your ballot, don't open the envelope.  Take a photo of both sides of your ballot envelope upon receipt and save if needed for complaint filing.

If there are only 30 days left until election day and you still have not received your mail-in ballot, contact your clerk's office and report it as an incident on FrankSocial using hashtag #NoBallot.

Step 5: Make Copies of Ballot Envelope

Do not open your ballot envelope.

Take clear photos of both sides of the ballot envelope. 

The envelope likely includes the following reference information on the envelope: Date of Election, Voting Precinct, and Ballot Number.

Step 6: On Election Day, Cast Your Votes In-Person

WITHOUT DISCLOSING YOUR POSSESSION OF A MAIL-IN BALLOT, check in with poll workers to advise them that you would like to vote. 

If told by poll worker that you already voted, you are the victim of identity theft. Proceed to Step 7.

If issued a new ballot by a poll worker, notify the poll worker that you were already mailed a ballot.  This is an issue. It indicates a failure of system to prevent a single person from voting more than once.  Notify the poll worker that you would simply like to cast the mail-in ballot that you were already issued.  Kindly ask the poll worker to create an entry in the poll book indicating that multiple ballots were issued to same voter.  This entry can be reviewed by canvassers prior to certification of the election.  If the poll worker refuses to make an entry in the poll book, take note of the time and precinct number for future reference.  Proceed to Step 8.

If you are allowed to cast your mail-in ballot at the polls, insert your ballot into the tabulator and Proceed to Step 10.

Step 7: Cast a Provisional Ballot

Show the poll worker the ballot envelope and ballot that were sent by mail to you. Notify the poll worker that you are the victim of identity theft.  Kindly ask them to enter a note in the poll book reflecting your assertion so that canvassers responsible for certification of the election are made aware of issue.   

If the poll worker is unwilling or unable to make a notation in the poll book, please ask them for their name and the name of the poll inspector responsible for the overall conduct of the election process at that precinct.  Take note of the information provided for future reference.

If they are unwilling to provide any name, simply take note of the time and precinct number.

Request a provisional ballot to cast.

If they refuse to provide you with a provisional ballot, please advise them that they are engaging in voter suppression and walk away.  

If they do provide you with a provisional ballot, complete your provisional ballot and return to poll worker as directed.

Step 8: File Complaint With Law Enforcement

File a criminal complaint citing #IdentityTheft and/or #VoterSuppression with your local police department and/or county sheriff.  Provide law enforcement with the following information as available:

  • Ballot envelope photos
  • Arrival time at polls
  • Ballot number
  • Precinct #
  • Voting location
  • Names of election workers

Recommend that law enforcement obtain access to the poll book used by the poll worker.  Be sure to cite the applicable provisions of law pertinent to these offenses in your state.

Step 9: Report Incidents on FrankSocial

Once you are outside of the polling facility, report any incidents using the FrankSocial app.

If you were the victim of identity theft, report the incident using the hashtag #IdentityTheft.

If you were refused the opportunity to cast a provisional ballot, report the incident on FrankSocial using hashtag #VoterSuppression.

If the poll worker was in process of providing you with a regular ballot when you checked in to cast your ballot, report the incident on FrankSocial using #MultipleVotes hashtag. 

The incident information that you post will be collected by FrankSocial and used to generate heat maps monitored by Election Nexus. 

Information captured will also be made available to law enforcement for further investigation.  In support of such investigations, please provide as much information as possible in your posts to assist in such efforts including but not limited to:

  • Arrival time at polls
  • Precinct #
  • Voting location (Tap LOCATION option for exact GPS location)
  • Ballot number
  • Ballot envelope photos
Report Identity Theft

Step 10: Monitor Election Incidents

FrankSocial and Election Nexus work together to enable real-time monitoring of election incidents all across the country.  Voters, poll watchers, poll challengers, and poll workers now have the ability to immediately report and organize election anomalies.  By organizing election incidents with one or more  #Hastags, your information becomes actionable. 

Access to real-time incident data organized by type of incident and location enables law enforcement, candidates, political parties, attorneys, election officials and everyday citizens with the information needed to effectively deploy personnel in order to take appropriate legal actions.

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How Does VIP Project Secure Our Election?

The Voter Identity Protection (VIP) project fills an important gap in Lindell’s layered offense strategy, related to the fraud indicators identified by Dr. Douglas Frank in Lindell’s documentary Scientific Proof. In the documentary, Dr. Frank demonstrated scientific evidence of machine-based algorithms in counties all across the USA. The algorithm appears to leverage bloated, inaccurate voter rolls to allocate ballots to voters unlikely to cast ballots in a given election because they were either dead, had moved, had changed their name (e.g. marriage), or had requested an absentee ballot but had yet to return that ballot. This allocation would be performed in manual, semi-automated or fully automated “ballot factories” where completed ballots would be inserted into ballot envelopes with pertinent voter information and then organized into community-specific bundles. These bundles would in turn be deposited at drop boxes or mailboxes within the pertinent community.

When delivered to election officials for pre-tabulation processing, election officials are generally limited to the information provided by state voter registration systems when it comes to validating the identity of the voter. If the ballot envelope information matches the information in the state’s centralized voter database, the identity of the absentee voter is considered “validated” and is released for tabulation.

This mail-in ballot fraud mechanism is almost impossible for local election officials to detect. Short of ballot factory or ballot distribution whistleblowers, the only ways to detect such fraud is typically after the fraud has been successfully used to subvert an election. One way is via statistical analyses of election records such as that performed by Dr. Frank. Another way is via the canvassing of voters after the election to see if the voter history data managed by the state is consistent with field observations in the suspect communities. Yet another way is to monitor drop boxes for illegal activity such as that documented by True the Vote in the Dinesh D’Souza documentary 2,000 Mules.

The VIP project aims to enable detection of this fraud mechanism much sooner—during the election.