Election Integrity Complaints Department of Justice: voting fraud, campaign finance crimes, patronage crimes, election-related frauds, and certain criminal violations of federal voting rights statutes.
To file an election integrity complaint with the Department of Justice (DOJ), you can reach out to the Election Crimes Branch which is part of the DOJ's Criminal Division. This branch is responsible for overseeing the Department's response to allegations of election crimes, which excludes voter intimidation and voter suppression based on race, color, religion, or national origin (as these are handled by the Civil Rights Division).
The Branch handles various types of election crime cases, including voting fraud, campaign finance crimes, patronage crimes, election-related frauds, and certain criminal violations of federal voting rights statutes.
The Election Crimes Branch performs the investigation and prosecution of significant election crime-related matters, offers consultation and support to prosecutors and investigators across the nation, manages the District Election Officer Program, and liaises
For direct contact, you can reach out to the DOJ's Criminal Division at:
U.S. Department of Justice Criminal Division 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20530-0001 Email: Criminal.Division@usdoj.gov Phone: 202-353-4641.
It's advisable to visit the DOJ's website or contact them directly for more detailed instructions or to confirm the current process for filing a complaint.