The full letter to the Governor is available here.
Cummings gave Governor Kemp until March 20 to produce documents on a series of questions:
+ Voter roll purges
+ Whether voter registrations were put on hold under the 'exact match' policy.
+ Documents related to possible changes in polling locations.
+ Voting machine problems, focusing on Cobb, DeKalb, and Fulton counties.
+ Information on undervotes, especially questions about votes for Lieutenant Governor.
+ Materials on Kemp's dual status as a candidate for Governor and Secretary of State.
+ All documents related to the November 3, 2018 allegation that Democrats had tried to hack the state's voter registration system.
It was not immediately clear if the request for documents by Democrats on the Oversight Committee would lead to hearings in the Congress.
“There’s no allegations in there,” said Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), one of the two lawmakers to sign the letters to Gov. Kemp and the Secretary of State.
“We’re in a fact finding mode,” Raskin said off the floor of the U.S. House.
“There were a lot of extremely fishy things going on in Georgia in the last election cycle,” Raskin added.