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Who is Ben Ginsberg and why is he testifying in the Jan. 6 hearings?

Ben Ginsberg, a conservative elections lawyer, testified June 13 before the House Jan. 6 committee that he found no evidence of any kind of voter fraud related to the 2020 election, despite former President Donald Trump’s claims.

Ginsberg counseled the Bush-Cheney presidential campaigns in 2000 and 2004, including through the recount of the 2020 presidential election, and co-chaired the bipartisan Presidential Commission on Election Administration.

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Ginsberg was the final witness to testify in the second day of hearings, on a panel with BJ Pak, the former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia, and Al Schmidt, a former Philadelphia city commissioner.

At the committee hearing, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., questioned Ginsberg about the 62 lawsuits the Trump campaign filed claiming election fraud, asking if the campaign effectively made its case.

“I’ve looked at the more than 60 [cases] that include more than 180 counts and no. The simple fact is that the Trump campaign did not make its case,” Ginsberg said.

He also noted there were post-election reviews, and “in each one of those instances there was no credible evidence of fraud produced by the Trump campaign or his supporters.”

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Throughout the 2020 race, Ginsberg persistently fought Trump’s false claims of election fraud.

In the days following the 2020 election, Ginsberg told the PBS NewsHour’s Judy Woodruff that Trump “is alleging fraudulent elections and rigged results that there is no evidence for.”

“Those were allegations that were made before this election, based on past elections, with absolutely no proof of that,’ Ginsberg added.

This is a developing story and will be updated.