FOIA Number: DOJ-OIP-20-2257

DOJ Communications Concerning Former Attorney General Barr’s Inaccurate Comments on Voter Fraud

May 10, 2021
Response from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) regarding American Oversight's request for a summary memo of a purported voter fraud case, which the DOJ had stated led former Attorney General William Barr to make inaccurate comments in a media interview concerning voter fraud. In their response to the request, the DOJ stated that no such summary memo was found, but did locate communications concerning media inquiries into the memo.

Investigations Update: DeJoy’s Calendars, Barr’s False Voting Fraud Story, and Delays in Prescription Deliveries

September 15, 2020
See the latest in our investigations into the postmaster general’s calendars, the administration’s alarmist claims about voter fraud, and the decision to put a Trump-signed letter in food aid boxes.

FOIA to DOJ Seeking Summary Purportedly Underlying Attorney General’s Inaccurate Comments on Voter Fraud

September 9, 2020
FOIA request to the Department of Justice seeking the inaccurate summary of a purported voter fraud case that DOJ has stated led Attorney General William Barr to make inaccurate comments in a media interview, alleging that a case of voter fraud involved 1,700 fraudulent ballots.