Reports

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...

John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act Puts Partisan Bureaucrats in Total Control of Elections

June 2021 -- Now that is looks like H.R. 1 will not pass, Democrats are moving toward a new bill, The John Lewis Voting Rights Act or H.R. 4. The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) has written a backgrounder to better help the public understand this bill. “The...

28% of Florida ZuckBucks Lingered After the 2020 Election – Tainting Midterms

Grant Monies Flowed Back to Facebook Ad Sales May 2021 – Flush with cash from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, the Center for Tech and Civil Life (CTCL) flooded key Florida county election offices with money to subsidize procedures preferred by the outside group. As...
Is Florida Ready for the 2020 Elections?

Is Florida Ready for the 2020 Elections?

TAMPA -- As America’s most prized presidential battleground state and a focal point for increased voter turnout, Florida is ill-prepared for mail-in voting according to a new scathing report. The analysis found that Florida’s flawed voter rolls include widespread...

Report: 28 Million Mail Ballots Went Missing in Past Decade

Report: 28 Million Mail Ballots Went Missing in Past Decade

More Than 2 Million Ballots Also Sent to Wrong Addresses (INDIANAPOLIS, IN.) – April 13, 2020: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) today released a research brief detailing national figures for mail balloting failures, according to previous federal surveys....

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