Pennsylvanians for Fair Elections is a nonpartisan nonprofit headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The organization, which works in conjunction with the League of Women Voters Greater Pittsburgh, was launched in January 2013 by a group of concerned area residents.
Those residents, led by Pittsburgh attorneys Ellen Doyle and Robert Whitehill, wanted to create a vehicle to voice ideas and concerns about issues related to fair elections, voting access and reform in Pennsylvania. From that collective goal, Pennsylvanians for Fair Elections was born.
With that goal in mind, PFFE built a website to serve as a clearinghouse for fair election, gerrymandering, voting rights and voting access-related information, resources and news.
The organization in June opened an office in the Koppers Building downtown, and hired its first employee.
PFFE encourages anyone interested in election reform, voting access issues, gerrymandering and other issues related to voting rights in Pennsylvania to bookmark our website or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.