American Oversight Represents Campaign for Accountability in Federal Lawsuit Seeking Tar Creek Records
"A Washington-based watchdog group, the Campaign for Accountability, said there should be an investigation into whether Moore misused his political power to get that grant approved, and to pressure state regulators to go easy on pollution violations on the site."
"Earlier in his tenure as Interior secretary, the Campaign for Accountability, a nonprofit government watchdog group, was among the groups that requested the Interior’s Office of Inspector General look into whether Zinke violated the Hatch Act and conflict-of-interest laws by making the trip."
"The Tar Creek audit is the subject of an ongoing open records lawsuit by Campaign for Accountability, a Washington, D.C. group. On Feb. 23, an Oklahoma County judge rejected Hunter's motion to dismiss the lawsuit and gave the attorney general's office 30 days to respond."
"Campaign for Accountability called on the House to refer Prince to the Department of Justice for an investigation into his activities."
Campaign for Accountability Asks House Intelligence Committee to Refer Erik Prince to DOJ for Criminal Investigation
On March 8, 2018, CfA asked the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence to refer Erik Prince to the Department of Justice for an investigation into whether he lied to the committee regarding his meeting with Russian fund manager Kirill Dmitriev.
"The Campaign for Accountability... amended an earlier complaint filed with the Office of Government Ethics and called for an investigation into whether Nunes and his staff violated House and committee rules by 'leaking information provided to the committee during the course of an ongoing investigation.'"
"Everett had even admitted to the governor's office that her group had struggled to meet its targets last year, according to a voicemail obtained by Washington-based watchdog group Campaign for Accountability."
Campaign for Accountability Files Second Ethics Complaint Against House Intel Chair Nunes for Leaking Confidential Information
On March 1, 2018, CfA renewed its request to the Office of Congressional Ethics to investigate whether Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) and/or staff of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, acting at his direction violated House ethics rules by leaking confidential information, following a report in the New York Times that the committee leaked text messages between Senator Mark Warner and a Washington lawyer.