Entity: Georgia Attorney General

News Roundup: Restricting the Vote

October 15, 2020
As the election draws nearer, political observers are increasingly turning attention to poll results in states across the country. But of course, poll numbers don’t mean much if ballots aren’t counted — or if people can’t vote in the first place.

Records Request to Georgia Attorney General Seeking Communications with Prominent Voting-Restriction Activists

October 15, 2020
Records request to the Georgia Office of the Attorney General seeking communications between select officials and key voting-restriction activists and groups, including Honest Elections Project, Judicial Watch, True the Vote, Public Interest Legal Foundation, and the Heritage Foundation.

Records Request Seeking Communications by Georgia Attorney General Regarding Voting by Mail

October 14, 2020
Public information request seeking communications by Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr’s office regarding vote-by-mail plans and considerations.

Records Request to Georgia Attorney General Seeking Texts with Other State Attorneys General

September 28, 2020
Open Records Request to Georgia Attorney General's Office seeking Attorney General Chris Carr’s texts with other state attorneys general.

Georgia Office of the Attorney General Office Email Communications for Britt Grant

September 24, 2020
The Georgia Department of Law produced an email sent on behalf of former Solicitor General Britt Grant in response to American Oversight's request for communications sent to the attorneys general of select states.

No Records Response from Georgia Department of Law Regarding Britt Grant’s External Emails

September 24, 2020
The Georgia Department of Law stated that it had no records responsive to American Oversight's request for email communications sent by former Solicitor General Britt Grant to a number of external entities including conservative legal and interest groups.

No Records Response from Georgia Department of Law Regarding Britt Grant’s Calendar Invites

September 24, 2020
The Georgia Department of Law stated it had no records responsive to American Oversight's request for calendar invitations sent or received by anyone acting as an assistant to former Solicitor General Britt Grant.

No Records Response from Georgia Department of Law Regarding Britt Grants Emails with State Attorneys General

September 24, 2020
The Georgia Department of Law stated that it had no records responsive to American Oversight's request for communications sent by former Counsel for Legal Policy Britt Grant to the attorneys general of select states.

Investigations Update: New Kentucky Voter Fraud Task Force Lawsuit, and Our Supreme Court Short List Investigation

September 23, 2020
See the latest in our investigations into Trump’s potential Supreme Court nominees, the CDC’s removal of updated Covid-19 guidelines, and foreign interference in U.S. elections.

Records Requests to Multiple Agencies Seeking Former Solicitor General Britt Grant’s Emails with Other State Attorneys General

September 21, 2020
Records request to Georgia Department of Law and Georgia State Records Center seeking former Solicitor General Britt Grant’s email communications with other state offices of the attorney general.