Topic: Campaigns

News Roundup: Lessons from Election Week

November 6, 2020
While Americans have waited days for the results to become clear, certain truths about the threats to Americans’ voting rights were put into stark relief.

Preguntas Abiertas Sobre los Aliados de Trump

November 4, 2020
Se ha dicho con verdad: "Dime con quién andas y te diré quien eres." En el caso del Presidente Donald Trump, un dicho que revela el círculo de corrupción que él ha creado a su alrededor. Veamos los funcionarios de la mayor confianza de Trump, empezando con los miembros de su gabinete y su familia. Así revelamos los tentáculos de la corrupción.

Preserving Voting Rights in Kentucky

November 2, 2020
The promotion of the myth of widespread ballot fraud has given voter-suppression efforts greater traction in multiple states, including Kentucky. We’re investigating the state’s election administration amid the coronavirus pandemic as well as the actions and motives of the state’s Ballot Integrity Task Force.

News Roundup: Out of Control

October 30, 2020
The pandemic continues to hit new case records, and the Trump administration is finding new ways to flout longstanding ethics requirements.

Open Questions About Trump Administration Policies

October 29, 2020
The tragically botched pandemic response and devastating practice of separating immigrant families are just some of the Trump administration’s actions that bear further scrutiny.

Investigations Update: Poll Watchers, Vaccine Communications, and Continued Political Interference in Pandemic Response

October 27, 2020
See the latest in our investigations into state elections operations, political interference in the pandemic response, and the executive order to cease federal diversity and inclusion training.

News Roundup: Pompeo’s Emails and Barrett’s Nomination

October 22, 2020
If there were any hopes that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo would, after having been accused of Hatch Act violations this summer, tone down his political activities as the election drew nearer, his recent pledge to release the emails of former Secretary Hillary Clinton has put those expectations to rest.

Investigations Update: Hatch Act Violations, Covid-19 Vaccine Contracts, and South Carolina Ballots

October 20, 2020
See the latest in our investigations into the misuse of government resources for political purposes, the administration’s pandemic response, and voting rights in the states.

OSC Opens Case File in Response to American Oversight’s Pompeo Hatch Act Complaint

October 16, 2020
Pompeo's rush to release Clinton emails before Election Day appears to violate the Hatch Act, and career State Department employees may be at risk.

Giuliani May Have Violated the Law in Providing Information from Alleged Hunter Biden Computer to New York Post

October 16, 2020
Rudy Giuliani and his attorney may have committed multiple federal crimes in connection with giving the New York Post information from a computer allegedly owned by Hunter Biden, and American Oversight is asking federal prosecutors in New York and Delaware to investigate.
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