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Legal Analysis, Reports

The January 6 Hearings

The attack and effort to undermine the will of the American voters did not happen in a vacuum. Fueled by misinformation and lies about the 2020 election, many of the key actors involved and key actions taken that contributed to the attack originated from the states. After all, while elections are national events, they are run and led by the states.
Best Practices

Social Media Policies: Mis/Disinformation, Threats, and Harassment

With the help of the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, we have compiled the policies related to election and voting disinformation of some of the most used platforms, including Gab, Meta (Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp), Reddit, Telegram, TikTok, Truth Social, Twitter, and YouTube.
Memo

Replacing the Refs: Updated Analysis of Election Denier Campaigns as Critical Month of Primaries Begins

Fact Sheets, Issue Briefs

Wisconsin Poised to Become Cyber Ninjas 2.0

In Wisconsin, some partisan politicians are trying to emulate a Cyber Ninjas-style review of the 2020 presidential results. In fact, they have pointed to the Cyber Ninjas as their inspiration.
Reports

Joint Session of Congress

This guide outlines the process set forth in counting the Electoral College votes from the 2020 presidential election and how those rules apply to the Joint Session of Congress on January 6, 2021.
Reports

Protecting the Results

The resources on this page are aimed at preparing AGs and other state and local officials to protect the results.
Reports

Ensuring a Full and Fair Count

The resources on this page are aimed at preparing AGs and other state and local officials to protect a full and fair count.
Reports

Federal Government Involvement in the Election

This toolkit collects resources to help state attorneys general, and other local and state officials, understand the proper federal, state, and local roles in election administration and enforcement.
Toolkits

Voter Intimidation Toolkit

Voter intimidation is illegal, and state attorneys general have unique tools to stop it. As top lawyers and law enforcement officers for their states, they can help protect our democracy and promote fair and safe elections.