Anelise Powers

Anelise Powers currently serves as policy analyst for the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Election Protection Project, where she focuses primarily on election integrity matters in Georgia and Pennsylvania. She is also a licensed attorney and a member of the State Bar of California.

Election Integrity

Georgia supposedly has the cleanest voter rolls in the nation, but with 3 million possible errors

A day after Valentine’s Day, there wasn’t much love lost between the Secretary of State Office’s Chief Operating Officer Gabe Sterling and advocates for cleaning the voter rolls at Georgia Senate Ethics Committee Hearing. Although testimony was cordial, Jason Fraizer, Mark Davis, and Dr. Rick Richards were not moved by Sterling’s bold assertion that “Georgia...

March 6, 2024
Election Integrity

In Georgia And Elsewhere, Officials Sow Distrust In Elections By Dismissing Voters’ Integrity Concerns

Curling v. Raffensperger points to a growing lack of confidence in elections that stretches beyond Georgia and party lines. Election integrity advocates eagerly await the final verdict in a Georgia case about the security of the state’s voting machines. The decision would significantly affect the election procedures in this key state and beyond. Yet, regardless of...

March 4, 2024