“The Election Integrity Alliance will unite groups and efforts across the nation focused on combating election fraud and will build solutions and provide resources to state legislators and the public on challenges to free and fair elections,” attorney and former counsel to President Trump Jenna Ellis told Just the News in a written statement. “The Election Integrity Alliance will be a centralized hub that gives tools to enact meaningful change for the American people,” said Ellis, who hosts a podcast with Just the News.
Ellis is the chair of the Alliance’s national board, while Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and former Trump administration adviser Peter Navarro will both be honorary co-chairmen, according to a press release. Former New York police commissioner Bernie Kerik will be among the board’s members.
The newly announced effort comes in addition to other pushes for election integrity and as Trump maintains that the 2020 contest was tainted: “The Fraudulent Presidential Election of 2020 will be, from this day forth, known as THE BIG LIE!” Trump said in a statement on Monday.
Heritage Action for America earlier this year “launched its first-ever state advocacy campaign to secure and strengthen state election systems, with an initial investment of $10 million and a commitment to devote whatever funding it takes to accomplish its goals,” according to a press release. The Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society has engaged in election integrity-related litigation.
“Election integrity is a hallmark of freedom and should be a non-partisan, wholly American value,” Ellis said. “The Election Integrity Alliance’s mission is to support Congress, the state legislatures, and the voters and together, continue building a more perfect Union,” she said.