(Alexandria, VA)– September 15, 2021: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) is pleased to announce that Charlotte Montiel Davis is joining the Foundation’s team of top election lawyers. Before joining PILF, Charlotte served as Senior Assistant Attorney General in the Tennessee Attorney General’s Office. Prior to that, she worked at the U.S. Senate Steering Committee and The Heritage Foundation. She also served in the Bush White House as the Executive Assistant to the Deputy Counsel to the President.
Charlotte’s addition to PILF will allow the Foundation to expand its efforts to defend states from attacks on election integrity laws from the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Democrat lawyer Marc Elias. The Foundation now consists of 5 experienced lawyers who are engaged in solely defending election integrity.
Election officials seeking help in defending state laws from Justice Department and Elias attacks can contact PILF for a range of assistance.
“The Public Interest Legal Foundation has long been a leader in the election integrity movement and the most effective in delivering real results,” said PILF President J. Christian Adams. “This year, we have added two highly experienced lawyers, Maureen Riordan and Charlotte Davis. The addition of these excellent attorneys will allow us to expand our efforts to fight back against abuses of power by the DOJ and achieve more legal victories to ensure that every legal vote is counted.”