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J. Christian Adams: New Jersey’s voter rolls contain people who were born during the Byzantine Empire

We released a report on the disastrous state of New Jersey’s voter rolls. There are over 8,000 duplicate registrants.

Lawsuit: NYC immigrant voting law favors Hispanics, Asians over Blacks

A controversial new city law that will allow non-citizens to vote in local elections would unconstitutionally bolster the political clout of Hispanic and Asian New Yorkers — at the expense of African-Americans, according to a new lawsuit.

J. Christian Adams, president of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, a nonprofit representing the plaintiffs, said the process of getting the new law passed was “infested with racial motivation.”

North Carolina Agrees to Release Records Showing Foreigners Voted

Records that show foreigners registered to vote—and actually voted in North Carolina elections—will be disclosed by the state’s board of elections as a result of its legal settlement with an electoral integrity group.

According to the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), which brought the lawsuit to federal court in North Carolina, the settlement is a victory for transparency in elections.

Public Interest Legal Foundation