Election Law Live

PILF Praises 5th Circuit Ruling Protecting Texas’ Mail Voting Laws

(NEW ORLEANS, LA) – June 4, 2020: Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) released the following statement in celebration of the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision regarding Texas’ absentee ballot laws. “This is a critical win for Texas and a lesson to other states: defending your mail voting systems in the face of lawless […]

J. Christian Adams to Congress: National Mail Voting is a Folly

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – June 2, 2020. Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) President and General Counsel J. Christian Adams is scheduled to testify before the House Judiciary Committee this coming Wednesday regarding voting rights protections in 2020. Adams will testify on the topic of “Protecting the Right to Vote During the COVID-19 Pandemic” on Wednesday, June […]

Report: How Left-Wing Election Reforms Are Forced on Unsuspecting Communities

‘Down the Hatch’ Explores Collusion Between Dona Ana County, NM and 3rd Party Orgs (LAS CRUCES, NM.) – May 22, 2020: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) presents Down the Hatch: How Left-Wing Election Reforms Can Be Forced on Unsuspecting Communities, a new report detailing how sweetheart deals with outside groups can change election laws […]

PILF Applauds New DOJ Election Fraud Case in Pennsylvania

DOJ Alleges Ballot Box Stuffing Conspiracy in Philly Primary Elections (PHILADELPHIA, PA.) — May 21, 2020: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) issued this reaction to the DOJ’s announcement of charges for a Philadelphia Judge of Elections regarding alleged election fraud. “The Public Interest Legal Foundation applauds the work of United States Attorney William M. […]

Allegheny County, PA Voter Roll Cleanup Lawsuit Ends

Settlement Secures Information-Sharing Agreement for Voter Roll List Maintenance Leads (PITTSBURGH, PA.) — May 19, 2020: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) reached a settlement with Allegheny County, Pennsylvania to create an information-sharing agreement that allows for voter registration roll list maintenance leads and feedback. (PILF v. Voye). The parties agreed to dismiss the case […]

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