In response to the massive electoral fraud alleged and irregularity in the 2020 Election, the American Greatness Fund has launched “The Election Integrity Alliance” according to counsel to President Trump Jenna Ellis. Ellis will chair the Alliance’s national level board, Texas AG Ken Paxton and former Trump advisor Peter Navarro will be honorary co-chairmen.
Jenna Assembles Her Team
According to the Press release for The Election Integrity Alliance, their Board members will include:
- Sebastian Gorka, former Deputy Assistant for Strategy to President Trump, will serve as Board Member.
- Bernie Kerik, retired New York police commissioner, will serve as Board Member.
- Michael Donnelly, attorney and constitutional law professor, will serve as Board Member.
- Mirna Tarraf, former Trump Legal Team special assistant, will serve as Board Member.
This indicates a serious departure from previous conservative efforts which mainly revolved around the GOP and it’s committees with multiple interest groups forming with paralell outlets and funding apparatus. Historically conservative groups like the Heritage Foundation or The John Birch society have been confined to the margins of the party but now organizations are forming that represent mainstream, America-First, Trump supporting Republicans.
“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,
“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.
Patriots Rising to Fight For Election Integrity
Ellis’ new initiative is not the only one taking the stage either. Earlier in the year Heritage Action for America announced the launch of their “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 Thomas More Society has also engaged The Amistad Project which has brought election integrity related litigation.
In their press release Heritage Action for America went on to set their agenda,
“These reforms draw from The Heritage Foundation’s list of best practices to strengthen election systems and safeguard against fraud. Some important reforms include:
Regularly verifying the accuracy of voter registration lists.
Verifying citizenship of voters.
Requiring voter ID.
Limiting absentee ballots.
Prohibiting private funding of election officials and government agencies.”
“Free and fair elections are the bedrock of democracy, and secure elections are important to every American, said Jessica Anderson, executive director of Heritage Action. “After a year when voters’ trust in our elections plummeted, restoring that trust should be the top priority of legislators and governors nationwide. That’s why Heritage Action is deploying our established grassroots network for state advocacy for the first time ever. There is nothing more important than ensuring every American is confident their vote counts — and we will do whatever it takes to get there.”