“Zuckbucks were the biggest factor, juicing blue areas in 2020,” Adams said. “At the Public Interest Legal Foundation, we are proud to have played a role in ensuring that this money will not be spent to influence the Florida elections in 2022.”
A new report from the Public Interest Legal Foundation, a conservative group specializing in voting laws, makes abundantly clear why widespread mail-in balloting is a horrible idea.
PILF Board Member Ken Blackwell joins American Agenda on Newsmax to discuss H.R. 4 or The John Lewis Voting Rights Act passing in the U.S. House. He says this bill is a recipe for disaster that invites irregularities into our election system. You can learn more about...
The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) jumped to the defense of the state of Georgia earlier this month when it filed a motion to intervene in the lawsuit the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) brought against the state in June.
Hans von Spakovsky and J. Christian Adams in The Federalist: How H.R. 4 Would Let Leftist Extremists At The DOJ Control The Entire Nation’s Elections
Forcing state and local governments to get the approval of the Voting Section of the Civil Rights Division for their voting and election rules would be like giving that power to the Democratic National Committee and its political allies like the ACLU. That would be a gross abuse of power.
Ken Blackwell discusses H.R. 4 on Newsmax. H.R. 4 is a new bill in Congress that would federalize our elections. It would put bureaucrats at the Department of Justice in total control over every single change in our elections.
On Tuesday, the Democrats’ bill to federalize elections failed. Our constitutional republic was the big winner. S. 1 fell short of the 60-vote threshold required. Thank goodness for the filibuster. The proposal was a revolutionary rearrangement of the American...
This bill would put Washington bureaucrats in charge of running our elections.