National Campaign Posts Business Voices of Concern for Election Security

National Campaign Posts Business Voices of Concern for Election Security

PRESS RELEASE

Date:       January 13, 2020
From:      Business 4 Protecting The Election (www.protectelection.us)
Subject:   National Campaign Posts Business Voices of Concern for Election Security
Contact:  Frank Knapp, 803-252-5733 (o), 803-600-6874 (c), ProtectElection@gmail.com

National Campaign Posts Business Voices of Concern for Election Security

 

Columbia, SC—A new platform has been launched for entrepreneurs, business organizations and other parties to add their voices to the concern about foreign and domestic interference in our nation’s elections.

Business 4 Protecting The Election, formed in August of 2019 to provide a comprehensive website for information on past and ongoing Russian and other foreign interference in the U.S. election, is now providing a forum for business interests to weigh in on the need for election security to protect the democratic process.

The first two opinion blogs were contributed by a state business leader and the executive vice president of a national business organization:  Russia’s Entrepreneurship Oppression and “Rule of Law” Lessons from Nazi Germany.

“The opinion blogs add the business voice advocating for Congress to pass legislation to insure our elections are not subject to foreign or domestic interference,” said Frank Knapp Jr., campaign coordinator of Business 4 Protecting The Election.  “Our entrepreneurial economy depends on a healthy democracy unfettered by the efforts of our enemies to use misinformation and physical interference in our electoral process to undercut our government of, by and for the people.”

Submissions of 600-800 words that make the business case for protecting our elections are welcome and can be sent to protectelection@gmail.com.

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