Response from the Texas Attorney General’s office to American Oversight’s request for records related to the staffing, budget, and caseload of the Election Integrity Division from November 2020 to November 2021.
The investigation into the Jan. 6 insurrection — and, more specifically, into what Trump was doing when the mob overran the U.S. Capitol — accelerated this week, with new public documents, new subpoenas, and a new court ruling.
As we wrote last week, it did not matter that the sham “audit” of votes cast in Maricopa County repeated what had already been confirmed by actual independent audits — that Joe Biden defeated Trump. The election review’s primary outcome was in keeping conspiracy theories and lies about voter fraud alive for the multiple months it dragged on.
Records from the Texas House of Representatives in response to American Oversight's request for the email communications of Rep. Andrew Murr and their staff regarding an anti-voting provision requiring ID numbers to be included with mail-in ballots.
Records from the Texas Ethics Commission in response to American Oversight's request for records of Attorney General Ken Paxton's financial statements. These records contain Paxton's financial disclosures for 2020.
Records from the Texas Office of the Governor in response to American Oversight's request for Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick's communications with select voting-restriction activists. These records include calendar invites and a legislators guidebook sent by Texas Public Policy Institute.
Public records request to Texas state legislators seeking communications with select voting-restriction activists. This request seeks communications from the offices of Reps. Dade Phelan, Stephanie Klick, Briscoe Cain, and Sen. Brian Birdwell.