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Delaware Court Rules Early Voting and Permanent Absentee Voting Violate State Constitution

(Dover, DE) – February 26, 2022: Delaware’s Superior Court ruled in the Public Interest Legal Foundation’s (PILF) lawsuit against the Department of Elections for enforcing election statutes that violate the state’s constitution. In 2019, the Delaware General...

PILF Sues Alameda County for Refusing to Disclose Records Detailing Foreign Nationals Registering and Voting

The Foundation won access to similar records in North Carolina, Texas, and Pennsylvania. (Alexandria, VA) – February 6, 2024: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed a federal lawsuit against Timothy Dupuis, the Alameda County Registrar of Voters, for...

First Circuit Court of Appeals: Voter Roll is a Public Record, Maine Cannot Punish Voter Roll Researchers

Maine’s restrictions on the use of the voter roll were enacted to keep election watchdogs, like PILF, from analyzing and speaking about errors in the voter roll. (Alexandria, VA) – February 5, 2024: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) secured a landmark ruling...
PILF Launches Interactive Voter Roll Error Database

PILF Launches Interactive Voter Roll Error Database

Voter roll database reveals hundreds of thousands of errors across the country. (Washington, DC) – February 27, 2023:  Today, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) is launching a new interactive website tool that allows individuals to see...

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