Reports

PILF Insights: Maine Secretary of State Aide Collaborated to Smear West Virginia Secretary of State Over H.R. 1/S. 1

‘Discredit Warner’s Reputation as Much as Possible…’ November 2021 – Through public information requests, the Public Interest Legal Foundation has learned that state election offices were collaborating with leftist organizations to attack West Virginia Secretary of...

Safe Harbor: How Many Potential Election Crimes Languish in Florida Prosecutors’ Offices?

Can You Get Away with Voter Fraud in Florida? The short answer: it depends on who catches you. The Sunshine State has a straightforward set of rules for its elections. Florida empowers county officials to investigate when they believe the rules are broken. Their...

Manchin’s H.R. 1/S. 1 Compromise Bill Threatens West Virginia’s Absentee Ballot System

15 Other States Mirror WV’s System SEPTEMBER 2021 – West Virginia briefly experimented with expanded mail voting during the 2020 primary season by choosing to send an absentee ballot application to every registered voter ahead of the June 9 contests. In the aftermath,...
H.R. 4: Personnel is Policy

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...

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