Our Work

  • Published an op-ed calling for a sustained fight against efforts to suppress the count of vulnerable communities in the 2020 census, even after the conclusion of a protracted legal battle
  • Published an op-ed questioning whether the legitimacy of the Supreme Court will survive once it decides a case concerning the addition of a citizenship question to the census, after evidence surfaced showing the rationale for adding the question to be a deliberate pretext
  • Filed a brief on behalf of national security professionals noting the persistence and escalation of foreign interference in U.S. elections and spotlighting the particular vulnerability of South Carolina’s election infrastructure
  • Filed briefs in the Supreme Court on behalf of the House of Representatives at the petition and merit stages denouncing the Commerce Department’s attempt to add a citizenship question to the census
  • Published an op-ed calling for increased safeguards against foreign intervention in elections
  • Filed an expert declaration expressing concerns about the cybersecurity of Georgia’s Voter Database
  • Published an op-ed calling for greater transparency regarding cybersecurity preparations for 2020 Census
  • Sent a letter on behalf of cybersecurity experts urging greater transparency regarding cybersecurity preparations for 2020 Census
  • Sent a letter to Commerce Secretary Ross raising legal concerns regarding Census Bureau leadership
  • Filed a brief  on behalf of cybersecurity experts pointing to cybersecurity shortcomings by the Pence-Kobach Commission as grounds for injunctive relief halting the Commission’s effort to obtain sensitive voter information
  • Filed an expert declaration calling on Texas to demand protections for sensitive voter information before providing it to the Pence-Kobach Commission
  • Joined with outside experts to publish an op-ed urging states to demand protections for sensitive voter information before providing it to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity (“Pence-Kobach Commission”)