Records request to the Georgia Secretary of State seeking communications between select officials and the Georgia Republican Party, the Republican National Committee, the Trump campaign, and their affiliates.
Records request to the Georgia Secretary of State seeking directives regarding investigations into potential cases of election fraud, including the decision to contact voters suspected of election fraud, or the enforcement of election-related laws.
False claims of widespread voter fraud have been given unearned amplification not just by the president, but by right-wing groups working on the ground in various states to convert those false claims into voting restrictions and overzealous voter-roll purges.
Records request to the Georgia Secretary of State seeking communications between select officials and prominent anti-voting activists and groups, including True the Vote, Judicial Watch, and Public Interest Legal Foundation.
The office finally released thousands of pages of records related to the state’s voter fraud task force, election preparedness, and communications with political campaigns and proponents of voting restrictions.
Documents obtained by American Oversight reveal that in private, Georgia's secretary of state’s office admitted that “systematic checks stop double voting from happening, and those checks appear to be largely working as intended.”
Records from the Georgia Secretary of State's office in response to American Oversight's request for policy documents, agendas, meeting minutes, or similar from the state’s Absentee Ballot Fraud Task Force.