#TrustedInfo Initiative

#TrustedInfo is a public education effort to promote election officials as the trusted sources of election information. By driving voters directly to election officials’ websites and social media pages, we will ensure voters are getting accurate election information and cut down on the misinformation and disinformation that can surround elections. #TrustedInfo aims to highlight state and local election officials as the credible, verified sources for election information.

The nation's Secretaries of State, 40 of whom serve as their state’s chief election official, along with other state and local election officials are continuously working to inform Americans about the elections process, including voter registration, state election laws, voting and much more.

Find your election official by visiting canivote.org, a nonpartisan website created by state election officials.

Follow NASS on Twitter to see real-time #TrustedInfo updates from the association and our members. 

In Nov. 2019, NASS originally launched the campaign with the hashtag #TrustedInfo2020 and in non-federal election years, the campaign operates under the hashtag #TrustedInfo.

For questions about the effort please email nass@sso.org

Helpful 2022 Chief Election Official Information: Fact vs Fiction & Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) Pages:

(Last updated Dec. 2022.)

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