J. Christian Adams: PENNSYLVANIA Election Officials Are ALWays Hiding public information

Published On: October 07th, 2021

PILF filed amicus briefs in two cases (Costa v. Corman and Pennsylvania v. Dush) arguing for transparency regarding election administration in Pennsylvania.

The Pennsylvania Senate Intergovernmental Operation Committee issued a subpoena to the Department of State requesting voting and registration data for the 2020 General Election. Democrat Senators and the Commonwealth’s Attorney General have sued to prevent the release of this election-related information to the Committee.

PILF President J. Christian Adams joined OANN to discuss the case and the audit in Pennsylvania. 

PILF’s Report on the nation’s voter rolls, Critical Condition, revealed many flaws in Pennsylvania and across the country. After the data was made public it resulted in arrests for individuals who voted for dead relatives. 

To learn more about vulnerabilities in our election system, watch our podcast, Protecting Your Vote! 

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