Join Tea Party Unity in the greatest voter challenge ever seen! Tea Parties across the nation are increasing in size. There is power in our numbers. Use the voter tools below to confirm your voter registration, look up friends and family to see if they are registered to vote, and pledge to get one more person registered before the 2014 midterm elections. If we each get just one person registered, we WILL change the course of this nation in 2014! (See terms of use below or click here).

Terms of Use for Voter Lookup

Champion the Vote – United In Purpose (UIP) provides this Voter Registration website ("Website") to assist citizens to register to vote. Your use of this Website and services at this Website are subject to these Terms of Use ("Terms"). All information contained in this Website is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. UIP does not accept responsibility for any information on this Website and cannot be held liable for inaccurate or outdated information. UIP is NOT connected in any way with any US or State government agency or any political party. UIP encourages all voters to consult with their own State officials or an attorney regarding their specific circumstances if the need arises. Your use of this Website constitutes your agreement to these Terms.

UIP endeavors in good faith to post accurate and up to date information on this Website; however, it reserves the right to correct errors from time to time. UIP shall not be liable for any misinformation on this Website, any delays in publishing that information, or for any actions taken by you in reliance thereon. The information on this Website is available on an "as is" basis. No warranties express or implied, are made with respect to this Website, any information on this Website, any software herein, or any web links herein. Under no circumstances shall UIP be liable for any damages whatsoever that result from use of this Website, including but not limited to mistakes, omissions, errors, defects, delays in operation or transmission, or faulty data. In no event shall UIP's total liability exceed 10 U.S. Dollars, unless such limitation is otherwise prohibited by law.

The UIP website contains links to other websites. UIP does not guarantee the accuracy of, endorse the views or opinions given by, or take responsibility for the content of any third party website. The views and information contained on these outside websites do not necessarily reflect the views of UIP. The links to those websites are provided for informational and convenience purposes.

UIP will only use personal information and personal identifiers such as a Social Security number or
state-issued identification number to produce a voter registration form for you to send to the appropriate election official. We will only use personal identifiers to prepare the form for your use. Upon providing your voter registration application to your local or state election officials, it becomes a matter of public record. Your state's law will govern how it may be available for inspection and how it may be used.

UIP is bound by its Privacy Policy which terms are incorporated herein by reference.

UIP may monitor where the online voter registration tool is being visited and used so we can make
decisions about how to modify and improve the voter registration platform.

Whenever UIP handles information that you enter on the online voter registration platform, regardless of where this occurs, we take steps to ensure that your information is treated securely and in accordance with our Privacy Policy. Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be completely secure. As a result, while we strive to protect your personal information, UIP cannot warrant the security of information transmitted to us. Any information sent to us at your risk. Once the data reaches us we use best efforts to secure it consistent with our privacy policy.

THESE TERMS CONSTITUTE A BINDING AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND UIP, AND IS ACCEPTED BY YOU UPON YOUR USE OF THE WEBSITE.

Updated: March 17, 2012