Press Release: EFI, an IRS Approved 501(c)(3), announces $500,000 Project Capital Raise effort

For Immediate Release

Phoenix, AZ — EFI, an IRS Approved 501(c)(3), announces a $500,000 Project Capital Raise effort. The escalating wave of individuals rejecting the existence of election fraud has not only caused frustration but also provoked anger among voters in numerous communities. According to Rasmussen Polls, “The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 66% of Likely U.S. Voters are concerned that the outcome of the 2024 presidential election will be affected by cheating, including 40% who are Very Concerned. Thirty-two percent (32%) aren’t concerned about cheating in next year’s election, including 15% who are Not At All Concerned. (To see survey question wording, click here). The American populace appears to be thoroughly exasperated, as they no longer possess faith in the integrity and transparency of the electoral process, which leads Republicans, Democrats, and independents, to a dangerous place in our near future as a nation.

Prominent media organizations like CNN, NYT, WaPo, and even Fox News have repeatedly disseminated demonizing propaganda disguised as news, categorizing individuals who question election results as “deniers.” However, it would be more accurate to label them as election skeptics in proper English. In fact, every voter should exhibit a degree of skepticism, as our Constitution’s framers were staunch advocates of the “America First Policy” from the outset. Discussing and investigating election discrepancies is not ‘anti-American,’ as the propagandists so quickly assert.

The inaction of elected officials in almost every state regarding the rectification of tainted and compromised voter registration lists, as well as the elimination of fraudulent practices such as phantom voter ballot harvesting, has sparked outrage among voters across the political spectrum. Despite the media’s portrayal of a utopian perspective, the reality is far from ideal, and the demand for action has reached its zenith. The Election Fairness Institute (EFI) aims to shift the paradigm towards a greater appreciation for reality.

Hon. Mark Finchem, the Republican CEO of EFI and the Republican Nominee for Arizona Secretary of State, states, “EFI is committed to investigating flaws in the election process, ranging from hidden machine code and misconduct by election officials to contaminated voter rolls. We are confronted with a grave issue that necessitates a thorough examination of the electoral process.”

Hon. Mark Finchem further explains, “EFI, operating as a 501(c)(3) non-governmental organization (NGO), has undertaken the task of scrutinizing voter rolls in 30 counties where significant statistical anomalies have been observed, coupled with persistent rumors of substantial phantom voter presence. To restore confidence in the system, we must conclusively address the alleged instances of voter roll irregularities and phantom voter fraud.”

“EFI possesses the personnel, analytical expertise, and Six Sigma rigor to accomplish what the government either lacks the capacity or the will to do: safeguarding the fundamental right of every lawful citizen to vote and have their voice heard. A civilized society hinges on mutual respect among individuals, even in the context of the ballot box,” asserts Mr. Finchem. The EFI motto encapsulates the organizational purpose succinctly: “Let’s be fair.”

Media Contact: Hon. Mark Finchem, 520-808-7340,