“The Election Integrity Alliance’s National Committee is made up of individuals who fight for election integrity at personal risk and who are elected free and fair,” the organization said in a statement.
People familiar with the project say it is aimed at providing information on issues related to ballot fraud and election safety. It is also aimed at coordinating with other organizations that value the integrity of elections.
The American Greatness Fund, founded by former Trump campaign manager Brad Parskell, is part of an ever-expanding web of Trump-aligned advocacy groups that have sprung up since the 2020 elections. Trump’s senior advisors Brooke Rollins and Larry Kudlow started the America First Policy Institute; Ben Carson, who served as secretary of housing and urban development in the Trump administration, launched the American Cornerstone Institute; Russ Vought, overseeing the Trump administration’s office and budget, launched the Center for American Revival.
Another recent participant is former Trump playwright Stephen Miller, the founder of America First Legal, a suit aimed at the Biden White House.
Conservatives say they view groups as key in broader efforts to match the formidable liberal “dark money” machines. The Conservative Policy Institute, an organization supervised by Trump’s White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and former South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint, which advocates for the nonprofit group, called a large donor group meeting at the Mar. Land. Trump’s recent -a-Lago Months to discuss the path forward