Names and addresses of persons who register or vote is public information. However, a voter who fears that someone will harm them or their family might not want their information to be public information. There are several ways a voter can register and vote without making their name and address public.
Safe at Home Address Confidentiality ProgramIf a voter fears for their safety, the Safe at Home Address Confidentiality Program can help. With this program, all mail for the individual (and family members who reside with them, if desired) is sent through the Office of the Secretary of State and forwarded to them. This helps to keep their location confidential from those who may attempt to harm them. Safe at Home participants can vote without making their information public.
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