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We provide tools and guidance for state and local election officials, law enforcement leaders, pro-democracy partners, the press, and the public. Our resources focus on election protection, accountability, truth in elections, and preventing political violence.
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A Democracy Crisis In The Making: August 2022 Edition

As of July 31, 2022, with most state legislative sessions having drawn to a close, there have been at least 244 bills introduced in 33 states that would interfere with election administration—and 24 of this year’s bills have become law (or have been adopted) across 17 states.
Best Practices

Social Media Policies: Mis/Disinformation, Threats, and Harassment

With the help of the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, we have compiled the policies related to election and voting disinformation of some of the most used platforms, including Gab, Meta (Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp), Reddit, Telegram, TikTok, Truth Social, Twitter, and YouTube.
Cases

Dondiego v. Chapman – Mail-in Ballots (PA)

U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
Cases

McCormick v. Chapman – Dating of Mail-in Ballots (PA)

COMMONWEALTH COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA
Cases

Costello v. Carter – Redistricting (PA)

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
Amicus Briefs, Cases, Ethics and Regulatory Complaints

Legal Tracker

Through our legal work, we support states, counties, and cities as they fight to protect the freedom to vote and our nonpartisan election system. We provide pro bono counsel to state and local officials, share research and guidance, and file amicus briefs on behalf of bipartisan voices. We represent states as they defend strong voting laws, the security and integrity of our elections systems, and the will of the people.
Reports

Replacing the Refs

Across the country, politicians who continue to spread lies about our elections are seeking control over future elections. If these Election Deniers succeed, they could have the power to interfere with nonpartisan election administration and put our free, fair, and secure elections at risk.
Reports

Election Deniers in Secretary of State Races

Many, but not all, secretaries of state serve as the state’s chief election official. Secretaries of state have key roles and responsibilities in several aspects of voting procedures and election administration and certification.
Reports

Election Deniers in Attorney General Races

Attorneys general have key roles and responsibilities in several aspects of election administration, election law enforcement, and voting procedures.
Reports

Election Deniers in Governor Races

Governors have key roles and responsibilities in several aspects of election administration and voting procedures.