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We treat your contact information as private and confidential. We will not provide your contact information to any other entity unless (1) you specifically authorize us to so so, or (2) we are required to do so by law. If the law requires that we provide your information to any other entity, we will take all possible steps to minimize the distribution of information.
We treat your, city, state, and comments as public information. We may, for example, provide compilations of participation data, with your comments, to the media, without disclosing email addresses. We may also make your comments along with your city, state, and country available to the press and public online.
We will send you updates by e-mail. We will do our best to respect your time and attention. You can remove yourself from the mailing list at any time.
VotePair promises never to sell, rent, barter, share or in any other way make public personally identifying information collected during your use of this web site.
We may reveal general statistical information about our web site and visitors, such as number of visitors, number of participants, number of pairs, etc. We will never reference you by name, email address, or any other personally identifying information.
VotePair reserves the right to revise, amend, or modify this policy and our other policies and agreements at any time and in any manner. The user should periodically check this web page for any modifications regarding this Policy by re-visiting this web page and pressing the refresh button on the user's browser. The user should note the date of last revision to this Policy, which appears at the top of this Policy. The user should periodically re-visit this web page to determine if any of the terms of this policy have changed. If the last modified date remains unchanged after the user has clicked the refresh button on his/her browser, the user may presume that no changes have been made since the last reading of the policy. A changed last modified date indicates that this Policy has been updated or edited, and the updated or edited version supersedes any prior versions immediately upon posting.
Information We Collect
We do collect and store the states and email addresses of those people that register with this site. This information is saved in a secure database, and will not be revealed to anyone.
How We Use the Information We Collect
If you register, we use the information we collect only to help you connect with a voter in a complementary state.
Security: To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure correct use of information, we will employ reasonable and current Internet security methods and technologies.
VotePair is in no way contractually binding people to change their vote for a specific candidate. There is no exchange of funds, goods or anything else of value through VotePair. No promise is made or implied by this site that any benefit to the user, tangible or intangible, will result from any action the user might take as a result of visiting the site. Site participants are being paired with other site participants to facilitate communication and strategic voting. This is not vote brokering.
There is no way to verify that a person has voted in any particular way. In our system, there is no way to verify that a person has not submitted more than one email address. Because of the low level of personal information we require, there is the possibility for fraudulent or multiple submissions. Fake email addresses will not be accepted due to the confirmation process that requires an email response.
VotePair is ultimately providing voters with another source of information on which to base their final electoral decision. We do not promise or guarantee any results.
We are not the Green Party, nor the Democratic Party or Republican Party.