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One Day After Election, Federal Court Denies New Jersey Election Officials Attempt to Hide Election Records.

Under federal law, Americans have a right to see how their voter rolls are maintained. (Trenton, NJ) – November 9, 2022: In May, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed a lawsuit alleging that New Jersey Secretary of State, Tahesha Way, was...

516 American Elections (and Counting) Ended in Ties

One Illegal Vote can Decide an Election. (Alexandria, VA) – November 3, 2022: Today, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) released an update to its tool tracking tie American elections. The Foundation has found a total of 516 elections that ended in ties and...

Win for the Rule of Law: Delaware Supreme Court Rules that Universal Mail-In Voting and Same Day Registration Violate the Delaware Constitution

The Public Interest Legal Foundation secured a legal victory to invalidate a state’s election statute. (Dover, DE) – October 7, 2022: In July of 2022, the Delaware General Assembly passed a law permitting mail-in voting for any reason and...
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