Jason Snead, Executive Director of Honest Elections Project, released the following statement:

“Honest Elections Project Vice President Chad Ennis testified today at an Indiana Senate hearing about the dangers of private election influence programs, namely, the $80 million U.S. Alliance for Election Excellence. The same left-wing group behind Zuck Bucks in 2020 created this new Alliance to push liberal politics into the government offices that run elections. The Alliance is merely ‘Zuck Bucks 2.0,’ and it is intended to influence voting ahead of this year’s elections.

“Most states have banned private election funding, but CTCL’s active collaboration with election offices across the country prove those laws are not enough. HEP applauds the Indiana legislature for taking this threat seriously with new legislation to shut down Zuck Bucks 2.0.”