Chris Carr is the Attorney General of Georgia, appointed by Governor Nathan Deal in 2016. Prior to becoming Attorney General, Carr served as chief of staff to U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson and as Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Economic Development under Governor Deal.
In December 2020, Trump phoned Carr and warned him not to rally other Republicans to oppose a lawsuit Trump's allies had filed with the Supreme Court seeking to toss millions of votes from Georgia and other battleground states that Joe Biden won. Carr later filed a response with the Supreme Court urging the justices to reject the Trump-backed lawsuit. A day later, the Supreme Court rejected the lawsuit.
"Trump's effort to get the Supreme Court to throw out millions of votes in GA "was constitutionally, legally and factually wrong," Carr said.
Ken Carroll is a member of the Georgia Republican Party and one of the 16 false electors who voted for Donald Trump in Georgia.
Brad Carver is one of the 16 false electors who voted for Donald Trump in Georgia. Carver is a prominent Republican strategist and attorney in Georgia, known for his work around energy, utilities, environmental and local government law. Carver represents clients before the Georgia Public Service Commission in the Georgia General Assembly.
Bobby Christine, the top federal prosecutor tasked with investigating voter fraud in Southern Georgia and acting U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Georgia, recounted his reaction after being given the authority to investigate election fraud: "there is nothing to the few claims [we had]."
Christine elaborated further on the number of claims, “Quite frankly, just watching television, you would assume that you got election cases stacked from the floor to the ceiling. I [was] so happy to find out that’s not the case, but I didn’t know coming in.”
Pat Cipollone served as White House Counsel to President Trump from December 2018 to January 2021. Prior to joining the Trump administration, Cipollone was a partner at the law firm of Stein Mitchell Beato & Missner LLP in Washington, D.C.
Cipollone attended meetings where Trump and his allies discussed ways to subvert the election results. Cipollone said it was a "terrible idea" for President Trump to try to seize election machines. He said he thought President Trump "should concede" after the election, and that the actions of the President and his advisors were "not how we do things in the United States. There's no legal authority to do that."
Vikki Consiglio is the assistant treasurer of the Georgia Republican Party and one of the 16 false electors who voted for Donald Trump in Georgia.
JACKI PICK DEASON
Deason was subpoenaed in July 2022 as one of seven allies of President Trump found connected to the Georgia election interference.
John Downey was one of the 16 false electors who voted for Donald Trump in Georgia. He was previously the House district chair for the Cobb County Republican Party.
Geoff Duncan was the Lieutenant Governor of Georgia from 2019-2023, having been elected to the position in 2018. Prior to his election as Lieutenant Governor, Duncan served as a member of the Georgia House of Representatives from 2013 to 2017. Duncan testified in July 2022 before the Fulton County special grand jury after judges refused Duncan’s attorneys’ attempts to have his subpoena thrown out.
John Eastman was a member of President Trump's legal team in Georgia, working to challenge the results of the 2020 election. Eastman appeared before a Georgia State Senate Session where he “advised lawmakers that they had the lawful authority and ‘duty’ to replace the Democratic Party’s slate of presidential electors.”
John Eastman faces disbarment and potential criminal charges over his efforts to overthrow election results. Eastman invoked the Fifth Amendment after being subpoenaed for writing a series of memos after the 2020 election asking Vice President Pence to refuse to certify the Electoral College results. Eastman is a former law professor at Chapman University in California and a former clerk for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
Jenna Ellis was a member of President Trump's legal team, working to challenge the results of the 2020 election. Ellis is an attorney and conservative commentator who has worked for several conservative organizations, including the James Dobson Family Institute and the Federalist Society. Jenna Ellis has been publicly censured by her state Bar Association for violating lawyers' code of conduct by making false "misrepresentations" about the 2020 election while representing former President Donald Trump.
Boris Epshteyn is an in-house attorney for President Trump and served as a campaign adviser during the 2020 election. He played a key role in developing the fake elector plot. Epshteyn is a former political analyst for Sinclair Broadcast Group and has also worked for several Republican campaigns.
Randy Evans is an Atlanta attorney who served as President Trump's Ambassador to Luxembourg from 2018 to 2021. Evans is a former chairman of the Georgia Republican Party and has been involved in Republican politics for many years.
Erica Hamilton is the former elections director for Cobb County, Georgia. Hamilton oversaw the county's election operations during the 2020 election, which was the subject of much controversy and scrutiny.
Carolyn Fisher was one of the 16 false electors who voted for Donald Trump in Georgia. Fisher is a member of the Forsyth County Board of Education and a former vice-chair of the Forsyth County Republican Party.
Harrison Floyd was the Executive director of Black Voices for Trump, an organization that seeks to increase support for President Trump among black voters. Floyd is also a member of the Georgia Republican Party and has been involved in local Republican politics for many years.
Michael Flynn served as President Trump's National Security Advisor for a brief period in 2017. Flynn is a retired United States Army lieutenant general and was also the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency under President Obama.
Newt Gingrich is a former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives and a prominent Republican politician and commentator. Gingrich is also a resident of Georgia and has been involved in local politics in the state for many years.
Rudy Giuliani was a member of President Trump's legal team, working to challenge the results of the 2020 election. Giuliani is a former mayor of New York City and a prominent Republican politician and commentator. Giuliani's law license has already been suspended, and further proceedings are underway to determine if he should be fully disbarred.
Kay Godwin was one of the 16 false electors who voted for Donald Trump in Georgia, and has been involved in local Republican politics for many years.
Lindsey Graham is a United States Senator from South Carolina and a prominent Republican politician and commentator. Graham has been a close ally of President Trump and placed calls to Georgia election officials amplifying false theories about election fraud in 2020. He also participated in the Trump-Raffensperger phone call when Trump asked the Georgia Secretary of State to find him the 10,000 votes he needed to close his deficit with Joe Biden in the official vote tally.
After testifying before the Special Grand Jury, Sen. Graham's office released a statement that "The Senator feels he was treated with respect, professionalism, and courtesy."
Scott Hall is a bail bondsman from Georgia and a Republican poll watcher in Fulton County during the 2020 election. Hall was one of several poll watchers who raised concerns about the integrity of the election in the county and is under investigation for his role in the scheme to provide Republicans illegal access to Georgia voting systems.
Chris Harvey was the Elections Director for the Georgia Secretary of State's office from 2012 to 2020. Harvey oversaw the state's election operations during the 2020 election, which was the subject of much controversy and scrutiny.
Jody Hice is a United States Representative from Georgia's 10th congressional district. Hice has been a vocal supporter of President Trump. Hice was involved in at least one (Dec 21, 2020) of the White House meetings where the strategy for creating a slate of fake electors to declare Trump the winner of the 2020 election was developed.
Alex Holder is a documentary filmmaker who was making a film about Donald Trump. Holder was given special access for his “Unprecedented” three-part docuseries, which included previously unpublished footage of the Trump family on the campaign trail and their reactions to the outcome of the election.
Burt Jones is the Lieutenant Governor of Georgia, having been elected to the position in 2020. Prior to his election as Lieutenant Governor, Jones served as a member of the Georgia Senate from 2013 to 2020.
Jen Jordan is a member of the Georgia State Senate, representing the 6th district. Jordan is a Democrat who was at the fake legislative hearing that Giuliani and others put on to spread theories about election fraud in the 2020 election that Giuliani himself later admitted were fabricated and based on no evidence.
Sen. Jen Jordan has testified publicly that she believes there was a crime committed by Giuliani.
Brian Kemp is the Governor of Georgia, having been elected to the position in 2018. Trump called Kemp encouraging him to alter the election count and find ways to invalidate votes for President Biden.
Trevian Kutti is a former publicist for musicians R. Kelly and Kanye West who was involved in efforts to intimidate and pressure election workers.
Stephen Lee is a police chaplain who was involved in efforts to intimidate and dox Georgia election workers following the 2020 election.
Kelly Loeffler is a former United States Senator from Georgia. Loeffler was appointed to the position in 2019 and lost her bid for reelection in the 2020 special election. Loeffler was a vocal supporter of President Trump and his efforts to challenge the results of the election.
Mark Meadows served as White House Chief of Staff to President Trump from March 2020 to January 2021. Meadows was involved in many of the legal challenges to the results of the 2020 election.
Cleta Mitchell was a member of President Trump's legal team, working to challenge the results of the 2020 election. Cleta Mitchell, who was involved in a controversial phone call with Donald Trump and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, has resigned from her law firm Foley & Lardner.
Bee Nguyen was a member of the Georgia State House of Representatives, having represented the 89th district. Nguyen is a Democrat who was at the fake legislative hearing led by Giuliani and has been critical of President Trump.
Elena Parent is a member of the Georgia State Senate, representing the 42nd district. Parent is a Democrat who was at the fake legislative hearing led by Giuliani.
Jim Penrose is a cyber and forensic consultant who was involved in examining the voting machines used in the 2020 election in Georgia. Penrose has been a vocal critic of the security of the machines and has raised concerns about the integrity of the election.
Sidney Powell was a member of President Trump's legal team, working to challenge the results of the 2020 election. Powell is a former federal prosecutor and has been involved in several high-profile legal cases. Sydney Powell is facing numerous lawsuits and investigations related to her involvement in the election controversy.
Brad Raffensperger is the Secretary of State of Georgia, having been elected to the position in 2018. Raffensperger was a key figure in the state's response to the many legal challenges brought by President Trump's legal team following the 2020 election. Trump called Raffensperger and asked him in a recorded phone call to "find" 10,000 votes necessary for Trump to overtake Joe Biden's lead in Georgia.
Tricia Raffensperger is the wife of Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. Tricia Raffensperger is also a Republican activist and has been involved in local Republican politics in Georgia for many years but was called to testify because of the threats she received due to her husband's unwillingness to alter the Georgia election count in favor of Trump.
David Ralston is the Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives, having been elected to the position in 2010. Ralston is a Republican who has been involved in Georgia politics for many years, spoke directly with Trump about efforts to overturn the Georgia election, and recently passed away.
David Shafer is the Chairman of the Georgia Republican Party, having been elected to the position in 2019. Shafer is a former member of the Georgia State Senate and has been involved in Republican politics in the state for many years.
Shawn Still was one of the 16 false electors who voted for Donald Trump in Georgia. Still is a former chair of the Forsyth County Republican Party. He recently won a State Senate election to represent Forsyth County and surrounding areas in District 48.
Victoria Thompson was the Executive Assistant and Scheduler for Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. Thompson was involved in the phone call between President Trump and Secretary Raffensperger in which Trump pressured Raffensperger to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
JAMES Phil WALDRON
James P. "Phil" Waldron is a retired Army Colonel who was involved in organizing the Jan 6 rally in Washington, D.C. and creating a PowerPoint detailing how President Trump could overturn the election. He also participated in Giuliani's fake hearings to spread misinformation about election fraud.
L. LIN WOOD
L. Lin Wood is an attorney who was involved in many of the legal challenges to the results of the 2020 election. Wood is also a prominent conservative commentator. He was called to testify before the special grand jury because he mentioned hosting meetings “at a plantation in South Carolina for the purpose of exploring options to influence the results of the November 2020 elections in Georgia and elsewhere.”
CB Yadav was one of the 16 false electors who submitted false electoral vote certificates claiming Donald Trump won in Georgia. CB is a small business owner in Camden County, Georgia and serves as a member of the Georgians First Commission under the office of the Governor.