News Release | May 24, 2024

AFPI Announces Lawsuit Against Georgia Election Process

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the America First Policy Institute (AFPI) announced a recent legal action to ensure that elections in Fulton County Georgia follow the law. On behalf of Julie Adams, a member of the Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections, AFPI’s Center for Litigation joined with the Atlanta law firm of Chalmers, Adams, Backer & Kaufman to secure a ruling that the Board members have full access to monitor and review elections in Fulton County. While Georgia law clearly places this responsibility with Board members, in practice the Fulton County Board has delegated ever more powers to an “Elections Director” and has limited Ms. Adams’ ability to gain access to key election materials and observe important election processes.

Congressional Testimony | May 22, 2024

Proponent Testimony on HB 472 by former Ohio Secretary of State Hon. Ken Blackwell House Homeland Security Committee

Commentary | May 8, 2024

Statement: Hogan Gidley Applaud Congressman Chip Roy (TX-21) for Introducing the SAVE Act

Washington, D.C. – Today, the America First Policy Institute (AFPI) released the following statement from Hogan Gidley, Vice Chair of the Center for Election Integrity at AFPI, regarding the SAVE Act, a new bill that would prohibit noncitizen voting in United States elections.

Fact Sheet | May 6, 2024

The Problems With Same Day Registration

Same Day Registration (SDR) to vote on Election Day is used in 21 states and D.C. 

News Release | April 26, 2024

AFPI Demands States Enforce Law Against Non-Citizen Voting

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the America First Policy Institute (AFPI) announced that it recently sent letters to the Chief Elections Officers of nine states with some of the largest illegal alien populations demanding they uphold their constitutional duty by ensuring that only American citizens are eligible to vote in elections.

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