“I’d like to file the lawsuits in all 50 states,” he told the Guardian. “I didn’t come all this way not to succeed. We’ve got to get rid of them all.”
Lindell told the outlet he spent around $30 million to retain 70 lawyers, cyber consultants, private investigators, and other staffers for his nationwide project.
Last month, he put half a million into an Arizona lawsuit filed by Republican candidates Kari Lake and Mark Finchem, both of whom Lindell has endorsed. Lake is running for governor and Finchem is running for secretary of state.
Lindell plans to underwrite similar lawsuits over the next few months in Colorado, South Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Alabama.