Topic: Voting Rights

News Roundup: Exposing Lies

March 10, 2023
Even as some who made unsubstantiated claims about election fraud face accountability, election denial is still a threat.

In the Documents: Emails Between Pennsylvania’s Butler County Commissioners and Prominent Election Denial Group

February 16, 2023
American Oversight obtained communications between county commissioners and “election integrity” groups, including one organization that has pushed for vote recounts throughout the state.

Arizona Senate Election Audit Records Previously Held by Cyber Ninjas

February 16, 2023
Records released by the Arizona Senate relating to the contractors involved in the "audit" of 2020 election ballots cast in Maricopa County. These records had previously been held by audit contractor Cyber Ninjas.

News Roundup: ‘Election Integrity,’ NARA Records, and Court Wins

February 3, 2023
Debunked claims of widespread voter fraud are still holding strong.

News Roundup: Election Denial in Pennsylvania, Government Transparency in Texas

January 20, 2023
More than two years after the 2020 election, a recount in a rural Pennsylvania county has failed to appease some of the diehard election deniers who had clamored for it.

American Oversight Obtains Additional Text Messages from Cyber Ninjas CEO About Arizona ‘Audit’

January 12, 2023
Documents recently released in response to American Oversight’s litigation provide new details about Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan’s contacts with prominent election deniers.

News Roundup: Trump Accountability

December 23, 2022
This week, the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack released its much-anticipated final report on its findings.

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.

Letter to Wake TSI: American Oversight v. Fulton County, Pa. – Election Officials’ Communications

December 22, 2022
Letter to Eugene Kern and Wake TSI regarding the preservation of election system analysis dated Feb. 19, 2021, and all related documents.

News Roundup: Supreme Court Hears Radical Legal Theory on Election Administration

December 9, 2022
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a redistricting-related case that raises a radical legal theory that could dramatically upend how federal elections are overseen.