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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

H.R. 4: Personnel is Policy

July 2021 -- Personnel is policy. Every time you hear about the need to pass H.R. 4, the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, remember: Congress isn’t just passing a new set of rules—it is empowering scores of DOJ Civil Rights Division (“CRT”) Voting Section...

PILF Intervenes to Protect Georgia From DOJ Abuse of Power

PILF is the First Group to File a Motion to Help Georgia (Alexandria, VA) – July 6, 2021: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed a motion to intervene to help defend Georgia’s election integrity law against the Department of Justice lawsuit. The Department...

PILF Applauds Supreme Court Decision in DNC v. Brnovich

The Court Adopts PILF’s Framing of Voting Rights Act (Alexandria, VA) – July 1, 2021: Today, the Supreme Court issued a decision on a case interpreting the Voting Rights Act, DNC v. Brnovich. In a 6-3 decision the Court ruled Arizona’s ballot harvesting and...

PILF Documents Past History of DOJ Abuse of Power to U.S. House

DOJ Was Repeatedly Sanctioned By Courts For Improperly Using Preclearance Powers (Alexandria, VA) – June 29, 2021: Today, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) Litigation Counsel and former Department of Justice lawyer Maureen Riordan is testifying before the...

PILF Secures Win for Transparency About Aliens Registering and Voting in North Carolina

(Alexandria, VA) – May 10, 2021: Today, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) in its case against the North Carolina State Board of Elections (NCSBE). PILF filed the lawsuit against the NCSBE in June 2019 for...

Lawsuit to Remove Dead Voters in Pennsylvania Ends with Win for Election Integrity

Settlement Secures Removing over 20,000 Deceased Registrants from PA Voter Rolls (Harrisburg, PA.) – April 7, 2021: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) reached a settlement with the Pennsylvania Department of State to remove deceased voters from Pennsylvania’s...

In the News

Public Interest Legal Foundation Files Motion to Intervene in DOJ Lawsuit Against Georgia

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) jumped to the defense of the state of Georgia earlier this month when it filed a motion to intervene in the lawsuit the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) brought against the state in June.

Hans von Spakovsky and J. Christian Adams in The Federalist: How H.R. 4 Would Let Leftist Extremists At The DOJ Control The Entire Nation’s Elections

Forcing state and local governments to get the approval of the Voting Section of the Civil Rights Division for their voting and election rules would be like giving that power to the Democratic National Committee and its political allies like the ACLU. That would be a gross abuse of power.

PILF Board Member, Ken Blackwell joins Newsmax to Discuss H.R. 4

Ken Blackwell discusses H.R. 4 on Newsmax. H.R. 4 is a new bill in Congress that would federalize our elections. It would put bureaucrats at the Department of Justice in total control over every single change in our elections.

J. Christian Adams in the Washington Examiner: Democrats’ partisan power grab fails — for now

On Tuesday, the Democrats’ bill to federalize elections failed. Our constitutional republic was the big winner. S. 1 fell short of the 60-vote threshold required. Thank goodness for the filibuster. The proposal was a revolutionary rearrangement of the American...

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