Topic: Ethics Documents & Resumes

American Oversight and the Big Stories of 2022

December 22, 2022
In 2022, American Oversight used records requests and litigation to obtain more than 750,000 pages of public documents.

News Roundup: The Activist Network Eroding Trust in Democracy

November 4, 2022
The same tactics used to cast doubt on the results of the 2020 election have already been deployed in advance of next week’s midterms.

USPS Records Related to Postmaster General DeJoy Office Renovations and Expenses

September 21, 2022
Records from the U.S. Postal Service in response to American Oversight's request for records related to Postmaster Louis DeJoy's tenure as postmaster general, including expenses, office renovations, ethics waivers, and agreements.

News Roundup: Deleted Jan. 6 Texts and ‘Practical Impossibilities’

August 5, 2022
Our FOIA litigation revealed that the Defense Department and the Army also deleted the text messages of top Trump administration officials from the day of the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection.

Records Request to Florida Secretary of State for Resumes of Individuals Hired within the Office of Election Crimes and Security

June 29, 2022
Records request to Florida Secretary of State asking for resumes of individuals hired within the Office of Election Crimes and Security.

Records Request to Florida Department of Law Enforcement for Resumes of Officers Doing Work Related to SB 524

June 29, 2022
Records request to Florida Department of Education seeking the resumes of officers doing work related to SB 524.

News Roundup: Gone Rogue

May 20, 2022
As false claims about election fraud continue to reverberate around the country, a Wisconsin judge raised concerns that the state’s election inquiry is out of control.

News Roundup: The Frightening Road Ahead

May 6, 2022
Americans are reeling from the revelation of a draft Supreme Court opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade.

News Roundup: Efforts to Overturn 2020 Are Not Over

April 15, 2022
Our fight for records from election reviews isn’t just about transparency — it’s also about exposing the blatantly partisan and dangerously anti-democratic motivations behind those sham investigations.

News Roundup: Ongoing Investigations, Ongoing Lies

April 8, 2022
So long as any purported evidence remains in short supply, so-called “investigations” into election fraud can be sustained on lies and vague assertions.