Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle on Thursday asked Williams to work with Senate Public Safety Committee Chairman John Albers, R-Roswell, and Capitol police to reach a resolution.
“I ask that (Albers) work with not just (Williams), but also law enforcement and look at the facts surrounding this issue and bring some resolve to the matter at hand,” Cagle said.
A local Black Lives Matter group organized the "Count Every Vote" event to pressure state officials to ensure all absentee and provisional ballots are tallied in the governor's race. Republican Brian Kemp has declared victory. His opponent, Democrat Stacey Abrams, is contesting the issue in court.
The other 14 protesters are charged with disrupting the General Assembly, police said.
Williams said she also planned to meet with Deal to discuss her arrest.
“This should not have happened to me yesterday,” she said. “It should not happen to anyone else. And I would hope that you stand with me because yesterday it was me, but tomorrow it could be one of you.”