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Join the Truth Team below — and help voters make sense of dishonest online information in 2022!

With so much election and voting misinformation readily available online combined with orchestrated campaigns purposefully spreading untruths, often disinformation, mal-information and misinformation are often unwittingly shared on social media.

  • Disinformation: Information that is false and deliberately created to harm a person, social group, organization or country
  • Misinformation: Information that is false but not created with the intention of causing harm
  • Mal-information: Information that is based on reality, used to inflict harm on a person, social group, organization or country.

North Carolina voters need a “Truth Team” to help them navigate what’s real and what’s not in the 2022 elections. That’s why we need YOUR help to spot this type of election sabotage online and in your community. Help protect our democracy, now and for elections to come.

Have you spotted something? Report it now!

REPORT DISINFORMATION

Submit any instance of election disinformation you see spreading online or in your community.

Join the 2022 Truth Team

Sign up now and help share honest nonpartisan information to your networks. Once you sign up, you’ll receive weekly emails from Democracy North Carolina  — now through the Day of Canvass (typically 10 days after Election Day) — providing guidance and other important resources to push back against the most pressing disinformation, mal-information and misinformation on the Internet.

Fighting Election Disinformation in 2020

Check out North Carolina's "Truth Team" and the techniques utilized to fight 2020 election disinformation and misinformation.