Election Frontline 

States Are Violating Their Own Election Laws

States Are Violating Their Own Election Laws

Last month, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that the state's use of drop boxes and ballot harvesting in 2020 violated state law. This ruling upheld the rule of law in elections. J. Christian Adams, President of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, joined Newsmax to...

Dead Voter Alert

Dead Voter Alert

Before the 2020 election, our database of the country’s voter rolls found nearly 350,000 deceased registrants. The inevitable question is always well did any of them vote. Unfortunately, some always do. And 2020 was no different. We have proof. One individual we...

Plaintiff Spotlight: Michael Mennella

Plaintiff Spotlight: Michael Mennella

Earlier this year, we filed a lawsuit against the Delaware Department of Elections over the state’s new early and mail voting law. This new law conflicts with Delaware’s Constitution. Meet our client, Michael Mennella.Michael has been an inspector of elections in...

Foreign Citizens are Voting in the U. S.

Foreign Citizens are Voting in the U. S.

The real foreign interference in U.S. elections is foreign citizens voting! We have uncovered evidence of foreigners registering and voting in the U.S. Pennsylvania has admitted that they had registered almost 10,000 non-citizens at the local Pennsylvania Department...

NYC’s Foreign Citizens Voting Law Violates the 15th Amendment

NYC’s Foreign Citizens Voting Law Violates the 15th Amendment

Last week, the Foundation filed a groundbreaking lawsuit against the New York City Board of Elections. NYC enacted a law that allows foreign citizens to vote in municipal elections. The lawsuit asserts that this law violates the 15th Amendment. Legislators made...

North Carolina Agrees to Release Records Showing Foreigners Voted

North Carolina Agrees to Release Records Showing Foreigners Voted

Records that show foreigners registered to vote—and actually voted in North Carolina elections—will be disclosed by the state’s board of elections as a result of its legal settlement with an electoral integrity group.

According to the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), which brought the lawsuit to federal court in North Carolina, the settlement is a victory for transparency in elections.

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