Voter Rolls

California County Sued For Refusing to Disclose Foreign Nationals Registered to Vote

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) is suing election officials in Alameda County for refusing to disclose foreign nationals who have registered to vote in the state of California.

The 24th Amendment: Ending Poll Taxes

The 24th Amendment to the United States Constitution is a significant milestone in the ongoing struggle for voting rights in America.

‘True the Vote’ Wins Landmark Election Case

Election integrity organization True the Vote (TTV) and Catherine Engelbrecht won a landmark lawsuit against Stacy Abrams, Marc Elias, and the left-wing group Fair Fight.

Illegal Immigrants With U.S.-Born Children More Likely to Use Welfare Than U.S. Citizens

A report from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) found that homes led by illegal immigrants with "anchor babies" are more likely to use welfare than homes led by U.S. citizens.

131% of Eligible Voters Registered in Washington, DC

An investigation by Judicial Watch found that the registration rate among eligible voters in Washington, D.C., is 131%.

Blue States Automatically Register Welfare Recipients to Vote

Blue states across the United States are automatically registering hundreds of thousands of residents to vote each year whenever they interact with state agencies, including welfare offices.

Voter Fraud Lawsuit Intensifies

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) has sued in several states to access Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) data.

Maryland Election Board Threatens Legal Action Against Those Who Challenge Elections

The Baltimore County Board of Elections (BOE) has quietly amended Regulation .06, a rule that governs the Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) for the purchase of voter registration lists.

Thousands of Non-Citizens Found on Voter Rolls

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) found that tens of thousands of foreign individuals have been found on voter rolls across the country.

Pennsylvania Settles Lawsuit, Purges Nearly 180K ‘Ineligible’ Voters from Rolls

As part of the settlement, Pennsylvania agreed to remove these faulty registrations and pay $15,000 in legal fees to Judicial Watch.

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