Reports

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,...

440K Mail Ballots Went Missing or Undeliverable amid 81K Vote Margin of Victory in PA 2020 Presidential

SEPTEMBER 2021 – Pennsylvania lawmakers did not wait for COVID-19 to inject uncertainty in their elections by experimenting with expanded mail voting. In Fall 2019, the Commonwealth created a no-excuse absentee system with options for permanent mail voting. It also...

2020: Biden Won Georgia by 11K Votes. 27K Mail Ballots Bounced Off Bad Addresses.

Another 217K Mail Ballots Are Unaccounted SEPTEMBER 2021 – While most places broke records with total amounts of ballots in the mail, Georgia’s 2020 count was slightly less than what it circulated in 2012. Yet in 2020, the Peach State broke records for undeliverable...
H.R. 1 (2021) Studies and Reference Materials

H.R. 1 (2021) Studies and Reference Materials

The Public Interest Legal Foundation offers a variety of resources to help citizens understand the dangers of H.R. 1 and accompanying legislation as it pertains to election integrity, state control of election procedures, and judicial independence. Included here is...

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