California Voter Foundation Privacy Policy

Providing Site Visitors with Anonymous Access

Visitors to can access this Web site and browse all of its resources without disclosing any personal data. Site registration is never required to use the California Voter Foundation (CVF) Web site.

Personal Data Collection & Use

The California Voter Foundation respects the privacy of our supporters and of all visitors to any of our web sites. We collect only the personal data that you may volunteer in the course of contacting CVF (for example, submitting a question or suggestion via email, completing a candidate information form, making a contribution, or communicating with CVF in any other way.)

Peronal data that is voluntarily given to CVF through this web site or other means is not sold, traded or otherwise disclosed by CVF to any other organization, and is used only for the purposes for which it was originally given (i.e. responding to an email question or suggestion, communicating with you regarding your donation to CVF, or in the case of candidates, confirming and posting candidate contact information.)

We do not collect information about our site visitors from other sources, such as public records or private organizations.

Confidentiality, Security

Any CVF employee or data processor who has access to, or is associated with, the processing of personal data is obliged to respect the confidentiality of our site visitors' personal data.

Use of Cookies, Automatic Collection of Data

The California Voter Foundation Web site does not use cookies or otherwise automatically collect and log personal data about visitors to the web site.

Access to the Personal Data We May Hold About You

If you have ever voluntarily provided your contact information or other personal data to the California Voter Foundation and want to look at, change, or remove the information we have on record, you may contact us via this web site.


If you have a question or concern about our privacy policy, please contact us via email.