Opt Out & Remove Your Info

Voter records, party affiliations, and political views are sensitive and private matters for a lot of Americans. If that includes you, you’ll want to have this information removed from

The good news is that you can request this info to be removed from the website. The bad news is that there’s no way to remove it completely as it’s considered part of the public record. If you want to remove the entire record, you’ll need to submit public records exemption documentation. 

Otherwise, you can follow the quick opt-out process highlighted below and have your information removed within around 24 hours. 

Opt-out process: 5 – 10 minutes

Removal Requirements: None

Updated: August 25, 2022

How to opt of and remove your info?

In short:

  1. Look up your record at
  2. Find your listing and click “view details”
  3. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click “record opt-out.”

Keep reading for the full opt out procedure with screenshots.

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4. Continue your data removal journey is just one of hundreds of data brokers in the US. Many of these other sites have way more Personally Identifiable Information than From contact details to your dating profiles, there’s likely more info available on you online than you think. 

We recommend you opt-out of any websites that publish or sell your data. They are treasure troves for cybercriminals who rely on personal information to run scams, steal identities, and even find targets for stalking or other forms of harassment. 

To find which data brokers have your data, you’ll have to do a little research. Just look your name up on any popular search engine and sift through the results. You can also search for data brokers operating in your area.

Don’t know where to start? Here are a few opt out guides to start with:

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Step-by-step opt-out guide

Total Time: 5 minutes

  1. Look up your record at

    Opt out from VoterRecords step 1

    Go to, enter your full name, and click “search.”

  2. Find your listing and click “view details”

    Opt out from VoterRecords step 2

    ​​Find your record in the search results and click “view details.”

  3. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click “record opt-out.”

    Opt out from VoterRecords step 3

    Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click “record opt-out.”

    NOTE: You might receive a confirmation email with a verification link. If you receive this email, follow the link to complete the opt-out process. If you don’t receive the confirmation email, it means your request was successfully processed. opt-out video guide


What is is a data broker that contains approximately 92 million voter records and has around 3.7 million visitors a month. markets itself as a political research tool that provides access to demographic and statistical information about voters across 18 states. 

This includes:
– General demographic information 
– Statistical data 
– Political party affiliation 
– Phone numbers 
– Location history 
– Voter registration information
– Voter status 

Users can also purchase access to a reverse phone number search through BeenVerified, another data broker that is featured on This service allows users to find the identity, location, and political affiliations of anyone who calls them

How long does it take to process my opt-out request? should remove your personal information within 24 hours of submitting the removal request. Make sure to clear your cache and check back after this time. If the data is still there, contact their support team to follow up on the request. 

When will delete my information?

You should be able to complete the opt-out process in 5 -15 minutes.

I didn’t receive a Voter Records opt-out verification email. Is the opt-out process complete? does not send out a verification email for every opt-out request. Wait 20 minutes and check your inbox and spam folder to make sure you don’t miss the verification email in case it was sent. If you haven’t received one, it means the process has been completed successfully.

After 24 hours, clear your cache and check again for your record. If it still hasn’t been taken down, contact their support team to follow up on the opt-out request. 

Where does get my data? collects data from official government public records released under FOIA and public record laws. 

Can I remove my entire record from

You can request the removal of personal info such as your address, phone number, and email address. But, since the data published on is considered part of the public record, you might not be able to remove the whole record unless you have proof of a public records exemption. 

Can add my information again, even after they approve my opt-out request?

There is always a chance that your data might be re-uploaded to a data broker’s database after your opt-out. This depends on whether the site uses a suppression list and is especially likely to happen if any details such as your name, address, or contact details have changed.

We recommend you check the website regularly and resubmit opt-out requests as needed. You can also use a data removal service like Incogni that automatically checks and regularly sends out repeated removal requests. 

Does collect voter information from every state?

No, only publishes the voter data of residents in 18 states: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Utah, Washington, plus the District of Columbia.

Does have the right to use my data?

Yes, has the right to collect and publish your data. However, the site has to abide by data privacy laws such as the CCPA, giving you the right to opt out, depending on your location. 

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