How Can I Help?



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Q: I love this idea! How can I help?

A: There are a number of ways:
  • First, spread the message! Tell family and friends, broadcast to your email lists, call in to talk shows, ask your local media outlets to run a story or interview about VoteBuddy, visit local offices of third party or independent candidates ... heck, hold up a VoteBuddy banner on a freeway overpass!
  • Second, if you have a website, please link to our site using the banner near the bottom of this page. And encourage others to do so, too!
  • Webmasters can also run our blog-sized ad right here (just link it to VoteBuddy.org):

  • Finally, you can simply donate some of your hard-earned dollars to support our effort. Now you can easily make donations online by credit card with PayPal (Sorry -- donations to VoteBuddy are not tax-deductible.) Just click this button if you're already a PayPal member.

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VoteBuddyTM, No!BuddyTM, and any associated logos are trademarks owned by Kent Van Cleave, who asks everyone not to set up a similar type of organization or service using any name that might be confused with "VoteBuddy."

If you would like to run your own VoteBuddy operation, franchises (under revokable licensing) will be liberally awarded to individuals or organizations who would like to encourage "Creative Vote Liberation" in their states and communities. After all, our mission is to break the two-party monopoly, and your help is very welcome! For information on VoteBuddy franchises, send email to Kent Van Cleave at (sorry -- no link provided as a spam-avoidance measure; you'll have to type the address yourself) info(at)votebuddy(dot)org. For other questions, visit our FAQ page.

VoteBuddy and Kent Van Cleave make no warranties concerning the results anyone might expect or desire from VoteBuddy participation -- especially concerning the performance of individuals who are paired as Vote Buddies. It is the responsibility of each participant to establish a basis for trust in the Vote Buddy s/he chooses. By voluntarily following the VoteBuddy strategy for freeing your vote, you agree to hold VoteBuddy and Kent Van Cleave harmless for any negative consequences that might be attributed to the VoteBuddy program or anyone connected with it. Hey, we'll do our best ... but we aren't gonna be lawsuit bait for anybody!

Finally, neither VoteBuddy nor Kent Van Cleave advocate the violation of any constitutional laws with this proposal. Anyone who contemplates pursuing this strategy should find out whether their state and local governments recognize their right to pursue any peaceful and honest means that will empower them to cast their votes according to their consciences. Where your freedom is prohibited by law, we can't advise you to resist your masters; that's a wholly personal choice.