Senate Judiciary Committee Asks Attorney General Sam Clovis to Testify

Justice Thomas Briefly Shields Graham From Georgia Elections Inquiry Subpoena As part of its continuing investigation into the activities of the state’s Republican Secretary of State, the Senate Judiciary Committee has asked Attorney General…

Senate Judiciary Committee Asks Attorney General Sam Clovis to Testify

Justice Thomas Briefly Shields Graham From Georgia Elections Inquiry Subpoena

As part of its continuing investigation into the activities of the state’s Republican Secretary of State, the Senate Judiciary Committee has asked Attorney General Sam Clovis to provide testimony on the case.

SEN. SAM CLOVIS

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Senator Sam Clovis (R-La.) delivered the following statement to the United States Senate yesterday:

“It is good to know that the U.S. Senate is committed to protecting the integrity of the electoral process by working with federal and state officials to ensure the integrity of the state of Georgia’s elections. The Senate voted earlier this week to ask the Department of Justice to provide testimony on the matter, which is likely to include a request that I join the Senate Judiciary Committee as a hearing witness. I will continue to seek answers from Georgia and Georgia officials.”

“I am hopeful that the Senate will make a quick decision on this and I look forward to being a witness, on behalf of the people of Georgia, to ensure the accuracy of our elections,” said Assistant Attorney General Jeff Mateer in his opening statement to Senator Clovis on May 3. “I have a deep respect for our federal courts, and I am confident that the Department of Justice will not only protect the integrity of the U.S. electoral process, but will also conduct an expeditious investigation that is able to produce a final report in a timely manner.”

In his opening statement, Senator Clovis also asked Mr. Mateer if he could inform the Court that he would testify before the full Judiciary Committee, and said he has “a personal interest in seeing this matter investigated.”

As part of its continuing investigation into the activities of the state’s Republican Secretary of State, the Senate Judiciary Committee has asked Attorney General Sam Clovis to provide testimony on the case.

At issue is whether a Democratic Party operative coordinated with a private company offering voter assistance, in an effort to persuade thousands of voters to vote in non-presidential elections.

The Senate Judiciary Committee is investigating the actions of Secretary of State Brian Kemp, Georgia’s top election official. The investigation

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