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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 […]


Court Brief: Thousands of Dead Registrants Remain on Voter Rolls in Virginia

New Amicus Brief & Notice Letter Outlines Potentially Dead, Duplicate Registrants (LYNCHBURG, VA.) – April 28, 2020: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed a tandem request with the Landmark Legal Foundation to file an amicus brief in the ongoing lawsuit to drop Virginia’s requirement for witness signatures on mail ballot materials as a matter […]


Report: 28 Million Mail Ballots Went Missing in Past Decade

More Than 2 Million Ballots Also Sent to Wrong Addresses (INDIANAPOLIS, IN.) – April 13, 2020: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) today released a research brief detailing national figures for mail balloting failures, according to previous federal surveys. Roughly 1 in 5 ballots never completed the mail voting process in the past decade. “Putting […]


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