Breaking the Vote Newsletter
This week in ignoring subpoenas.
Prosecutors say Tina Peters concocted a scheme to fake a man’s identity so he could gain access to voting machines.
We talked to a prominent prosecutor who's laid out the way the DOJ could charge Trump and John Eastman for trying to overturn the election.
Even if the most bonkers pro-Trump candidates don’t win their primaries, their presence shapes the GOP's approach to election subversion.
Most Republican senators either refused to condemn the RNC’s “legitimate political discourse” resolution or criticized it only as ineffective politics.
“There’s a real perverse incentive [to lie] right now that is dangerous,” warns Al Schmidt, who just announced he’s stepping down early from his job.