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Ethics and Regulatory Complaints

Backgrounder: John Eastman’s Trial Before the State Bar Court of California

On Jan. 26, 2023, the State Bar of California filed a Notice of Disciplinary Charges against Eastman.

The Election Denier Landscape

From inside the halls of government, these Election Deniers are using their powers to weaken free and fair elections.

Replacing the Refs: 2023 Statewide Races & 2024 Presidential Candidates

Election Deniers are back on the ballot, and their movement has spread far beyond the campaign trail. We’re tracking the Election Deniers who ran in this year’s statewide races and are running in next year’s presidential election. Their allies already hold office in many states and are chipping away at free and fair elections.
Fact Sheets

Backgrounder: Michigan’s ‘fake electors’ charges, explained

Michigan was one of seven states where “fake electors” claimed that Donald Trump won the 2020 presidential election in their state.

Election Powers: Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives

The Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives has both a significant public platform that can impact public trust in elections, and a critical role in defining how Congress uses its election powers.
Fact Sheets

Backgrounder: Fulton County, Georgia, charges against Trump and 18 others for 2020 presidential election interference, explained

The 98-page indictment laying out 161 actions in furtherance of the conspiracy tells a clear story: Donald Trump and his allies attempted to undermine the will of the American people in an effort to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
Fact Sheets

Backgrounder: Fulton County Special Grand Jury Investigation Into 2020 Presidential Interference

In January 2022, superior court judges in Fulton County, Georgia approved the request from Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis to seat a special grand jury (“SGJ”) to aid in her investigation into interference in Georgia’s 2020 presidential election contest.

Understanding the Trump Criminal Cases 

Fact Sheets

Backgrounder: U.S. Department of Justice charges Trump for 2020 presidential election interference, explained

This criminal investigation is being led by DOJ Special Counsel Jack Smith. The investigation is ongoing.

New Survey: Institutional Investors Believe American Democracy Is Increasingly At Risk

According to a new survey, a strong majority of institutional investors believe threats to democracy in the U.S. are rising. Less than one-third are confident public companies are equipped to manage that risk.