Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy for the Equal Vote Coalition and STAR Voting Project


The STAR Project respects your privacy and the privacy and security of the information you provide. We will make every reasonable effort to ensure the confidentiality and security of that information within our systems. We will not sell or disclose your name, mailing address, telephone number, address, or any other personally identifiable information (“Personal Data”) you provide to any third party except as required by law.



This document applies to the Equal Vote Coalition, STAR Voting Action, and the larger STAR Voting Project with the exception of STAR Elections, which is covered by its own dedicated privacy policy.  

This policy includes the websites and, and extends to information collected and used across a number of sites officially associated with the STAR Voting Project. It does not cover voting and election related tools or ballots, either at or on any voting tool, software, or template linked under Host Election on the website. 


Information We Collect

We Automatically Use Cookies to Learn About You

Cookies are electronic files that your computer automatically downloads when visiting our websites. These cookies allow us to accurately track our web traffic by letting us know whether and when you’ve visited our sites before, which parts of our sites you’re interacting with, and which sites you’re coming from. It also tells us your IP address, internet browser, and your city.


You May Offer Personal Information by Commenting on Our Sites

Our associated sites may have links to forums and sign-up forms where visitors can share personally-identifying information. It’s up to you whether you choose to share this information.


We Use 3rd Parties to Store and Collect Information from You

We may offer various payment and donation options. Each of those transactions involves a separate company. We may use Stripe and Paypal. Any transaction using a third-party processor will provide a link where you can read their policies.


How We Use Your Information

We Use Your Info for Our Mailing Lists

We create a mailing list from the information you provide including name, email, physical address, and phone. We may use this information to keep you updated on our activities that we think you may find interesting—like fundamentally changing how we vote!

We Don’t Share Or Sell Your Information

The Equal Vote Coalition and STAR Voting Action do not sell or rent supporter, donor, or website visitor information under any circumstances, and we do not share supporter, donor or visitor information without prior consent except as compelled by law. This restriction applies to supporters and donors who join or donate both online and offline.


Commenting if You’re Under 13

Don’t Comment

If you are under 13, please refrain from using any of our forums.


Have a Request, Question, or Dispute?

You Can Opt Out

Normally, sites automatically place cookies on your computer. But you can set your browser’s settings so that cookies aren’t collected at all or not collected for specific sites—including ours. You may also consider using a virtual proxy network.

You Can Access or Delete Your Information

We may retain personally identifiable information you provide such as your address, phone number, or email address. We never retain personally identifiable information such as your Social Security number or credit card information. If you wish, you may request that your information be deleted—with the exception of information we may need to share with the IRS or other government agencies as required by law. Personal information you provide in connection with a donation will be reported to ORESTAR as required by law and may become accessible as a public record. To access or delete your information in our records, just contact us, and we will delete it unless we are required to retain it by law. You can contact us via email at: [email protected]

Questions or Disputes?

Have a question about something not covered in this policy? Have a dispute? Contact us: [email protected]


How We Address Your Security


We have turned on HTTPS by default throughout our site.



We’ll Give You Notice on Changes

We’ll put a notice at the end of this policy. The notice will be brief text indicating both the last update and a summary (i.e. “Last Updated XX/XX/XXXX”).

Last Updated November 11th, 2023.

This is our first privacy policy, so there are no changes. In the future, this is where you’ll find the last policy change edit or addition.