Welcome to the National Political Do Not Contact Registry Blog. If you would like to register your phone number at our main site, please click here.
What We Will Do:
- We will collect your contact information.
- We will send your contact information to ALL political parties, candidates, political action committees, and any other organization that makes political robo calls and ensure that they are told that you no longer want robo calls from them.
What is the NPDNC Registry and what do we do for you?
- Who: We are a non-profit, non-partisan organization located in Washington, DC. We receive no funding from outside organizations. Funding comes directly from contributions of individual voters. That means you can be assured that we are independent and free from any political influence.
- Advocacy: We advocate
for you, the voter. We make sure that politicians understand that
Political Automated Robocalls simply don't work. We ask that
politicians stop calling you and all voters. Our core belief is that
the market will work, eventually. That is, politicians will realize
that it is no longer in their self interest to robocall you, the
voter. They have every incentive to stay in office. Calling you 15 times a day will not earn them your vote.
- Action: We distribute our National Political Do
Contact Registry database to politicians, political action committees,
advocacy organizations and many other exempt groups and ask that they
those voters that have registered.
- Education: We work with candidates and advocacy groups to educate them on the effectiveness (lack of) of political robo calls and encourage them to use alternate channels to communicate with voters. Here is a link to data about this issue.
- Research We work with all interested groups (media, non-profits, others) to provide data, research and education on how robo calls impact voter's lives.
- Seminars: We run Privacy Seminars in which we work with privacy advocates around the nation to educate the public about the impact of commercial and government entities on the privacy of you, the voter.
- Legislation: From time to time we assist legislators in their desire to implement new laws around this issue. For example, In 2008 we worked with Sen. Feinstein to help introduce the Robocall Privacy Act. At the state level we work with State's Attorney General to enforce existing robocall regulations (for example: IN, MN and NC)
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
CEO and Founder