Josh Findlay serves as the Director of the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s national Election Protection Project.  Previously, he was the first-ever National Director of Election Integrity for the Republican National Committee, where he was responsible for building the organization’s national Election Integrity infrastructure, implementing the party’s first national issue reporting system and placing over 80,000 new citizens in election roles.  Josh’s work has been covered in the Washington Post, New York Times, The Hill and Politico, and he has testified before congress on multiple occasions, including most recently as an expert for the U.S. House Committee on Administration’s 2022 Midterms Look Back Series: Election Observer Access

Josh has served as legal counsel to presidential campaigns, where he has run an Election Integrity war room from the White House, served as a Senior Advisor to the campaign’s Election Integrity program, and built out the campaign’s legal network.  His presidential legal expertise also includes ballot access, national convention delegate elections, and Electoral College selection.  Prior to his service on the presidential campaign, Josh served as Chief Counsel to Congressman Jody Hice (GA-10) and had senior roles on numerous Gubernatorial, Senatorial, and Congressional campaigns.

Josh graduated with a degree in political science from Brigham Young University and from the University of Georgia School of Law.