FOIA Number: TX-AG-19-0413

State and Local Officials’ Communications with Voting-Restriction Activists and Groups

November 5, 2020
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.

News Roundup: Trump, Giuliani, and Ukraine

September 20, 2019
“Unprecedented” is a word that has been used a lot in the past few years — including this week.
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In the Documents: Texas Elections Officials’ Close Ties to ‘Voter Fraud’ Activists

September 18, 2019
New documents offer an inside look at the troublingly close relationships between election officials and voting-restriction advocates in the Lone Star State.

News Roundup: Trump’s Enthusiastic Support for New Drug Raises Questions

September 6, 2019
Investigating the administration's approval of Spravato, Trump's potential campaign-finance violations, and the promotion of Trump properties.
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Records from the Texas Attorney General Regarding Communications with Voter Fraud Activists

April 8, 2019
Records from the Texas Attorney General regarding communications with voter fraud activists, including calendars indicating meetings with the organization True the Vote. These records date from 2017 through 2018. American Oversight sought these communications to determine if outside groups have coordinated with Texas government officials in voter suppression efforts leading up to the 2018 election.

Public Information Request to Texas Attorney General Seeking Communications with Voter Fraud Activists

March 29, 2019
Public Information Request to Texas Attorney General seeking communications with public figures and activists, such as former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who have prominently claimed that voter fraud is widespread and advocated for restrictions on voting.