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The Campaign Legal Center (CLC) requests that the State Department’s Inspector General investigate whether president’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, should have complied with ethics laws due to his diplomatic responsibilities on Ukraine matters.
On November 8, 2019, CLC wrote to the Georgia Secretary of State on behalf of the League of Women Voters and League of Women Voters-Georgia to urge him to halt his planned purge of over 300,000 voters. The letter raises serious legal concerns with the purge and explains that a "use it or lose it" policy for voter registration punishes citizens who choose not to participate in every election and does not improve the integrity of the voter rolls.
CLC signed a coalition letter to the Office of Government Ethics (OGE), urging the agency to create a legal expense fund regulation that is transparent, open and accessible to the public.
The court granted the Plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment and motion for class certification. The Court enjoined the State of Ohio from treating the class of late-jailed voters differently from late-hospitalized voters for purposes of absentee voting, and directed the Ohio Secretary of State and County Boards of Election to accept applications for absentee ballots from late-jailed voters that are properly delivered by 3:00 pm on Election Day.