When former President Donald Trump came to Alabama on August 4 to speak at the Alabama GOP dinner, he was met by Gregg Phillips, an Alabama native who has made national headlines during his quest to out voter fraud and ensure election integrity.
A lawsuit filed by election vendor Konnech Corporation against True the Vote, Inc., Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips has been dropped after months of gaining national attention over questions about voter integrity.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled in favor of Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips after a district court in Texas had them jailed for refusing to reveal sources in an investigation into voter fraud. The pair had been gathering information and sharing details of their findings concerning alleged irregularities in the 2020 election.
Alabama native Gregg Phillips was arrested in Texas on Monday for contempt of court related to his work with election integrity group True the Vote.
The CEO of an election worker management company was recently arrested due, in part, to the investigative efforts of an Alabama man.
During a presentation by True the Vote in Arizona, Gregg Phillips, who is from Alabama, referred to a 1994 case in Alabama.