Use the form below to send in any disinformation you’ve seen. Here’s how to make an effective report:
- Start by describing the problem: what makes it harmful? What is false, misleading, or inaccurate? What other context is necessary?
- Next, please provide a link to the problematic content you found. This can be a link to a social media post — like a Facebook post, YouTube video, or a tweet — or it can be a direct link to a website that contains the problem you’re addressing.
- In addition to a link, please provide a screenshot (instructions on how to take a screenshot here).
- If you found something in the physical world, or somewhere you can’t link to, you can also take a photo and upload it here.
- If relevant, you can also provide a location if this item targets or is relevant to a specific geographic community, like a particular neighborhood, city, or state.
Please do NOT engage with the disinformation, replying, sharing or retweeting it. Social media platforms reward engagement in their algorithms. This means any time a user (particularly one with a large following) comments or shares a post – even to try to debunk that post – they are helping to circulate that content to more users.
Do send out accurate information from trusted sources (like your state’s Secretary of State office) about how to vote. Good websites include: