The report provides a behind-the-scenes look at how the election denial movement led several states to abandon the bipartisan Electronic Registration Information Center — and what it means for voting rights and U.S. democracy.
The documents outlined in American Oversight’s far-reaching investigation show that states have scrambled to find viable replacements — none of which provide ERIC’s security, reliability, or effectiveness.
American Oversight and other groups filed the brief in support of professors and a student at public universities in Florida who allege in a lawsuit that racial animus drove the enactment of last year’s “Stop WOKE” Act.
Records obtained by American Oversight and reported on this week by Inside Higher Ed offer a glimpse into certain hiring decisions at New College of Florida, where Gov. Ron DeSantis and allies have sought to remake the college in a conservative image.
Co-Conspirator no. 5 laid out the strategy for the fake electors plot in a newly uncovered memo, and election deniers discussed an alleged voting machine breach in Michigan in public records we obtained.
Documents obtained through public records requests and litigation shed light on the frustration publishers experienced in seeking clarification from the Florida Department of Education about requirements for math and social studies textbooks.