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Foundation Findings

The Foundation’s September 2020 Report, Critical Condition: American Voter Rolls Filled with Errors, Dead Voters, and Duplicate Registrations, Demonstrated the Disrepair of America’s Voter Rolls

Deceased Registrants Identified

Duplicate Registrants Identified

Registrants Listing Nonresidential Addresses

PILF Updates

LAWSUIT: New Jersey Hides Voter List Cleanup Rules amid Thousands of Duplicate Registrations

NJSOS: Our Procedures Must be Hidden – Exposes a ‘Critical Vulnerability Within Election Process’    (Trenton, NJ) – May 18, 2022: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), filed a lawsuit alleging that New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way is...

BREAKING: PILF Files Voter List Maintenance Complaint in Minnesota Over Duplicate Registrants

This was the first ever voter list maintenance claim filed under the Help America Vote Act. (St. Paul, MN) – May 9, 2022: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), with the Upper Midwest Law Center acting as local counsel, filed a Help America Vote...

Pennsylvania Required to Provide PILF with Voting History of Non-Citizens the Commonwealth Added to the Voter Roll

If States Maintain Voter List Maintenance Documents Beyond the NVRA’s Two Year Requirement, They Must Disclose Them. (Harrisburg, PA) – April 4, 2022: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) secured a landmark ruling for transparency...

REPORT: Tens of Thousands of Deceased and Duplicative Voter Registrations Found After 2020 Election in North Carolina

Major vulnerabilities in North Carolina’s voter roll needs to be fixed before the Midterm Elections.  (Alexandria, VA.) – March 29, 2022: Today, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) released a research brief detailing errors in North Carolina’s voter rolls....

The Public Interest Legal Foundation Wins Lawsuit against Illinois State Board of Elections

Lawsuit Ends with Victory for Voter List Maintenance and Transparency (Springfield, IL) – March 9, 2022: The United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois ruled that Illinois’ failure to provide the Foundation with the state’s voter...

Lawsuit: Delaware’s Early & Absentee Voting Statutes Violate the State Constitution  

(Dover, DE) – February 24, 2022: Today, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed a lawsuit in Delaware against the Department of Elections for enforcing election statutes that violate the state’s constitution. The Foundation’s client is Michael Mennella, an...

PILF Sues NYC Board of Elections Over Law Allowing Foreign Citizens to Vote

Lawsuit alleges foreign citizens voting violates the Fifteenth Amendment and that the law was passed with an illegal racial intent to hurt the power of black voters and change the racial composition of the New York City electorate. (New York City, NY) – February 2,...

PILF Wins Release of Records Showing Foreigners Voting in North Carolina

(Raleigh, NC) – January 31, 2022: Today, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) reached a settlement with the North Carolina State Board of Elections (NCSBE) to disclose records relating to foreigners registering and voting. This settlement marks a victory for...

BREAKING: PILF Sues the Colorado Secretary of State for Failure to Provide Voter List Maintenance Records

ERIC is not Allowing for Transparency in Colorado’s Elections. (Alexandria, VA) – December 16, 2021: Today, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed a federal lawsuit against Jena Griswold, the Colorado Secretary of State, for failure to permit inspection of...

PILF Sues the D.C. Board of Elections for Failure to Provide Voter List Maintenance Records

ERIC is not Allowing for Transparency in D.C.’s Elections. (Alexandria, VA) – December 6, 2021: Today, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed a federal lawsuit against Monica Evans, the Executive Director of the District of Columbia Board of Elections, for...

In the News

Lawsuit: NYC immigrant voting law favors Hispanics, Asians over Blacks

A controversial new city law that will allow non-citizens to vote in local elections would unconstitutionally bolster the political clout of Hispanic and Asian New Yorkers — at the expense of African-Americans, according to a new lawsuit.

J. Christian Adams, president of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, a nonprofit representing the plaintiffs, said the process of getting the new law passed was “infested with racial motivation.”

North Carolina Agrees to Release Records Showing Foreigners Voted

Records that show foreigners registered to vote—and actually voted in North Carolina elections—will be disclosed by the state’s board of elections as a result of its legal settlement with an electoral integrity group.

According to the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), which brought the lawsuit to federal court in North Carolina, the settlement is a victory for transparency in elections.

Exclusive— Maine Secretary of State Aide Belonged to Private Chat of Leftist Groups that Conspired to Smear West Virginia’s Top Election Official

According to part of a lengthy public records request filed by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) and exclusively provided to Breitbart News, Maine Democrat Secretary of State Shenna Bellows’ communications director allegedly belonged to a private communications channel comprised of leftist organizations that attempted to smear West Virginia Republican Secretary of State Mac Warner over his opposition to federalized elections.

Michigan still has more than 25K dead people on the voter rolls, lawsuit claims

“Secretary Benson has completely failed in her job as Secretary of State,” Adams told Fox News. “We’ve alerted her about the nearly 26,000 deceased registrants time and time again over the last year. She has refused to do her job and has made Michigan’s election less secure. We won a similar lawsuit regarding deceased registrants in Pennsylvania earlier this year. The law and the facts are on our side in this case.”

How Virginia Democrats Are Working To Make Elections Sloppy Again

A lawsuit filed last Wednesday in the Circuit Court of Fairfax County, Virginia against the county registrar and three members of the Fairfax County Electoral Board exposed election officials’ ongoing disregard for state election law.

The Era of ‘Zuckbucks’ in Florida Election Administration Ends

“Zuckbucks were the biggest factor, juicing blue areas in 2020,” Adams said. “At the Public Interest Legal Foundation, we are proud to have played a role in ensuring that this money will not be spent to influence the Florida elections in 2022.”

Sixteen million mystery ballots demonstrate the need for vote-integrity efforts

A new report from the Public Interest Legal Foundation, a conservative group specializing in voting laws, makes abundantly clear why widespread mail-in balloting is a horrible idea.

Ken Blackwell: H.R. 4 is “a Power Grab to Federalize our Elections.”

PILF Board Member Ken Blackwell joins American Agenda on Newsmax to discuss H.R. 4 or The John Lewis Voting Rights Act passing in the U.S. House. He says this bill is a recipe for disaster that invites irregularities into our election system. You can learn more about...

Report: Wisconsin Lost Track of 82,000 Ballots in State Biden Won by 20,000

“The federal data show the 2020 election had more mail ballots that were never counted than the margin of victory in the presidential election in Wisconsin,” J. Christian Adams, president of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, said in a statement.

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