Election Law and Voting Rights
Throughout the country, the outcome of the 2020 presidential election has ignited a firestorm of legislation that puts into question the right to vote afforded to every American. Like never before, states are testing the boundaries by creating voting restrictions under the guise of ensuring election integrity. WIT has developed a team of testifying and consulting experts who are highly qualified to address the myriad of issues at the heart of disputes at the federal, state, and local levels.
WIT’s election law experts are leaders in election science. They are experienced in voting rights, mail-in ballots, voting systems, and polling behavior and planning. Many have dedicated their careers to issues involving state and federal constitutional law, the Voting Rights Act, the integrity of the USPS, electorate behavior in choice of voting methods, the forensics examination of voters’ signatures, electronic voting machines, the generational change in voting behavior, and the impacts of population shifts and redistricting efforts.
From a former US Chief Postal Inspector to a distinguished Professor of Modern American History and best-selling author, our expert team comprises highly credentialed academics and industry leaders who have studied and worked on American electoral behavior for decades. Among them are:
- Computer scientists on voting systems and election inference
- Demographers on redistricting and population analyses
- Forensic Document Specialists on voters’ signature analysis
- Former USPS Executives on mail-in ballots
- PhDs in Political Science on voting rights