Records released by the Wisconsin Assembly’s Office of Special Counsel in response to requests submitted by American Oversight in May 2022. The records include contracts, expenses, communications by OSC employees, and other work product related to the partisan inquiry into the 2020 election.
A Wisconsin court has ordered the state Assembly’s election investigation to stop deleting records. Meanwhile, new details have emerged about congressional leaders’ initial response to the Jan. 6 attack.
A Dane County Circuit Court judge ordered the Assembly’s Office of Special Counsel, which is overseeing the partisan investigation of the 2020 election, “not to delete or destroy any record” that could be responsive to American Oversight’s public records requests.