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.
On April 12, American Oversight asked the court to deny Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Vos’ belated motion to keep private more than 20,000 public records that had been released to American Oversight days before.
The records obtained by American Oversight show that Trump allies’ attempts to get the federal government to help them reverse election results went even broader than previously known,” reported Politico.
In a new court filing, Arizona “audit” contractor Cyber Ninjas tried to walk back its previous estimate of the number of records in its possession related to the Arizona Senate’s partisan review of the 2020 election.
The brief, filed Wednesday, supports an earlier motion American Oversight filed asking the court to find Vos and others in contempt for failing to release certain public records related to the Assembly’s election inquiry.