Election Law Live
(BALTIMORE, MD.) – December 16, 2019: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed a lawsuit today against the Maryland State Board of Elections (MSBOE) for failing to disclose voter registration records under federal law (Public Interest Legal Foundation v. Linda Lamone). “Maryland is refusing to follow federal election law and is denying access to public […]
Court Rejects Limiting Inspection to Dead, Relocated Registrants (HARRISBURG, PA.) – December 13, 2019: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) today hailed a federal court decision regarding its effort to inspect records of noncitizens removed from Pennsylvania’s voter roll (Public Interest Legal Foundation v. Pennsylvania). “We are a major step closer to understanding how badly […]
City Won’t Clean Dead, Duplicate Registrations from Roll (DETROIT, MI.) – December 11, 2019: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed a lawsuit today against the City of Detroit for failing to reasonably maintain voter registration records under federal and Michigan law (Public Interest Legal Foundation v. Detroit). “The City of Detroit is failing to […]
Year-Out Review Finds Vulnerabilities in Election Systems (WEST PALM BEACH, FL.) – November 4, 2019: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) today released Calm Before the Storm: Are Palm Beach County’s Elections Protected Against Emerging Threats?, a new report detailing a variety of vulnerabilities and data findings within the overall Palm Beach County voter registration […]
J. Christian Adams joined the Frank Beckmann Show on WJR Detroit today to discuss the Southfield Clerk’s alleged attempts to invalidate 193 absentee votes in the 2018 midterm election. https://publicinterestlegal.org/files/audio_00037819_20191001.mp3 “Why 193? Every vote counts.” Adams recalled the 537 vote win for Bush in Florida 2000.