Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

LITIGATION

Plaintiff Responds To Court Order Denying Stay Of Ruling Against Gov. Wolf’s Excessive Lockdown Orders

On September 22, 2020, Amistad Attorney Thomas W. King III and Director of the Amistad Project Phill Kline celebrated U.S. District Judge William Stickman IV’s move to reject the State of Pennsylvania’s request to delay enforcement of his ruling to deny the continued enforcement of Gov. Tom Wolf (D)’s lockdown orders.

Read the forceful responses HERE.


Pennsylvania Judge Agrees with Amistad Project, Orders Secretary of State to Segregate Ballots Statewide

The Amistad Project successfully argued before Judge P. Kevin Brobson of the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania that lawfully cast ballots needed to be segregated from potentially late and unlawful ballots. Judge Brobson ordered the Pennsylvania Secretary of State to segregate these ballots.

“Following Judge Brobson’s wise and lawful decision, we must now allow the time it takes to ensure that the process worked and that the law was properly applied in this election,” said Phill Kline, Director of the Amistad Project.

Read the full comments HERE.


Amistad Project Filed Legal Motion Against Zuckerberg’s Millions in the 2020 Election: Zuckerberg Paid Election Judges

On October 20, 2020, the Amistad Project filed a motion in the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania seeking a restraining order to block the use of private funds from Mark Zuckerberg in the election of the state. Zuckerberg’s grant to the state through the Center for Tech and Civic Life (“CTCL”) explicitly required the City of Philadelphia to open no fewer than 800 new polling place, failing to do so would require the City to forfeit the grant money. The fund also paid judges to oversee ballot counts and the outcome of disputes from eligibility of ballots in the election.

Read the full legal motion HERE and the full press release HERE.


Amistad Project and GOP Candidates Win Concessions from Allegheny County, PA on Mailed Ballot Fiasco

In October 2020, the Amistad Project and GOP candidates Sean Parnell and Luke Negron announced that their plan to resolve the ballot fiasco was successfully adopted by officials in Allegheny County, PA to ensure that every vote was properly counted for the election. A consent motion had been filed by Amistad attorneys Thomas W. King, III and Thomas E. Breth.

Read the full complaint HERE.


Amistad Project Calls Out PA Officials of Illegally Influencing Election

In December, the Amistad Project filed litigation in Pennsylvania alleging that due to legal violations by state and local government officials, the state’s reported presidential election results might be off by a little more than 120,000 votes.

“Pennsylvania’s error rate is orders of magnitude greater than the 0.0008% tolerance set by Congress,” noted Phill Kline, director of the Amistad Project. “This seriously undermines public confidence in the fairness of our elections, and it’s all because some government officials chose to abuse their power and ignore the law.”

Read the full press release HERE.

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IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS

Articles:
  1. Federal judge throws out lawsuit filed by Pa. lawmakers, others over Centre County’s election grant
  2. Zuckerberg Donates $250 Million to Turn Out the Vote in Liberal, Pro-Hillary Counties
  3. Voters in 4 Battleground States File Lawsuits Claiming Election Meddling Funded by Mark Zuckerberg
  4. Republicans Fight Back in Court Against Democrats’ Revisions of Voting Policy
  5. Injunction sought to prevent two counties, Philadelphia from accepting private election grants
  6. GOP Legislators Sue Philly, Delco, Centre County Over Election Grant Money
  7. Mark Zuckerberg Donates Hundreds of Millions to Increase Voter Turnout in Democratic Strongholds
  8. Zuckerberg-funded nonprofit accused of helping pay election judges and interfering in the election process
  9. Conservatives fail in attempt to block use of private grant funding designed to aid election
  10. Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan will donate an additional $100M to election administrators
  11. Conservative lawyers sue to halt Zuckerberg-funded election grants to cities
  12. Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan donate $100 million more to election administrators, despite conservative pushback
  13. Centre County is set to receive an $863,000 election grant. Here’s why some state lawmakers want to block it
  14. Why GOP Attempts to Prevent $300 Million in State Election Grants Will Fail, by Steven Rosenfeld
  15. Non-profits providing vote by mail support for city and county election officials
  16. REVEALED: Zuckerberg Group Funneled 99.4% Of Voter Engagement Budget To Democrat Districts
  17. Non-profits providing vote by mail support to city and county election offices
  18. Republicans Fight Back in Court Against Democrats’ Revisions of Voting Policy
  19. REVEALED: Zuckerberg Group Funneled 99.4% Of Voter Engagement Budget To Democrat Districts
  20. GOP Legislators Sue Philly, Delco, Centre County Over Election Grant Money
  21. Injunction sought to prevent two counties, Philadelphia from accepting private election grants
  22. Voters in 4 Battleground States File Lawsuits Claiming Election Meddling Funded by Mark Zuckerberg
  23. Zuckerberg Donates $250 Million to Turn Out the Vote in Liberal, Pro-Hillary Counties
  24. Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan will donate an additional $100M to election administrators
  25. Another election lawsuit in Pennsylvania bites the dust
Press Releases:
  1. Election Integrity Watchdog Amistad Project Accuses PA Officials of Illegally Influencing Election
  2. Amistad Project: GOP Candidates Win Concessions From Allegheny County, PA On Mailed Ballot Fiasco
  3. Amistad Project: Federal Lawsuits Filed to Challenge Use of Zuckerberg Millions, Claims Funds Used to Influence Election Outcome in Battleground States
  4. Amistad Project Legal Motion: Zuckerberg Funds Used to Pay Pennsylvania Judges Overseeing Ballot Counts
  5. Plaintiff Responds to Court Order Denying Stay Of Ruling Against Gov. Wolf’s Excessive Lockdown Orders

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