VoterStory.org is trying to create a distributed capacity for reporting, and collating reports of, election-day voter problems. As part of that effort, we’ve posted the form (right column).
Here’s what VoterStory says about the project:
Once a “story” is submitted, it will automatically be referred to nonprofit, nonpartisan voter protection organizations that will be standing by to intervene or lend support, if they can. The goal is simple: VoterStory.org will increase the capacity to address the specific voter problems that may occur on Election Day by organizing the relevant stories and making sure the information is forwarded to the appropriate authorities. Voters using the system will receive an e-mail confirmation and will be registered in a database of election incidents that can be used by numerous groups to document the need for election reforms in the future.