Reports

New Jersey: Tens of Thousands of Voter Registrations Are Duplicated, Missing Critical Information

JUNE 2022 – PILF recently alerted the New Jersey Secretary of State to what appears to be thousands of examples where registrants are stored in duplicate. Tens of thousands of other voter records were highlighted for missing or fictitious biographical information like...

North Carolina: Tens of Thousands of Deceased and Duplicative Voter Registrations Found After 2020 Election

MARCH 2022 – Time is quickly running out for North Carolina’s voter registration rolls to be checked and cleaned before the midterm elections. All eyes are on an open U.S. Senate race amid the state’s recent record of strong turnout and tight margins. This research...

ZuckBucks, Used Trucks, and Arnold: How South Carolina Took Millions in California Cash to Boost Vote-by-Mail

$6.5M was only the beginning. They will be back. February 2022 – South Carolina was not a swing state in November 2020. Yet, millions of dollars from at least three private entities flowed into the state. Plenty of reporting has been done on how Facebook founder Mark...
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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