Who has been subpoenaed so far by the Jan. 6 committee?

Chelsey Cox
USA TODAY

WASHINGTON — The bipartisan House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol has so far issued 98 subpoenas to individuals and organizations tied to circumstances around the attack.

That includes five more issued Thursday to members of Congress who had direct conversations with former President Donald Trump leading up to the insurrection and were involved in the planning and coordination of certain activities before Jan. 6.

Subpoenas have been sent to close aides and associates of the former president as well as organizers of events that took place prior to the storming of the Capitol – including the rally Trump spoke at that day. 

4 individuals tied to Trump in days surrounding the Jan. 6 insurrection

  • Mark Meadows, former White House chief of staff.
  • Daniel Scavino, former White House deputy chief of staff for communications.
  • Kashyap "Kash" Patel, former chief of staff to Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller.
  • Steve Bannon, former adviser to Trump.

10 former administration officials with close ties to Trump

  • Nicholas Luna, served as Trump's personal assistant.
  • Molly Michael, served as special assistant to the president and Oval Office operations coordinator.
  • Benjamin Williamson, served as deputy assistant to the president and senior adviser to Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
  • Christopher Liddell, former White House deputy chief of staff.
  • John McEntee, former White House personnel director.
  • Keith Kellogg, served as Vice President Pence’s national security adviser.
  • Kayleigh McEnany, former White House press secretary.
  • Stephen Miller, served as senior adviser to Trump.
  • Cassidy Hutchinson, served as special assistant to the president for legislative affairs.
  • Kenneth Klukowski, former senior counsel to former Assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Clark.

7 witnesses tied to efforts to overturn 2020 presidential election results

  • William Stepien, served as manager of the Trump 2020 reelection campaign. 
  • Jason Miller, senior adviser to Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign. 
  • Angela McCallum, national executive assistant to Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign.
  • John Eastman, Trump's lawyer who advised Pence how to challenge the results of the 2020 presidential election.
  • Michael Flynn, former national security adviser.
  • Bernard Kerik, former New York Police Department commissioner pardoned by Trump in 2020. Kerik reportedly worked with Trump's former attorney Rudy Giuliani to investigate allegations of voter fraud and promote “Stop the Steal” efforts.
  •  James P. “Phil” Waldron, allegedly promoted claims of election fraud and helped plan efforts to challenge results of the 2020 election. 

14 organizers of rallies and events preceding the insurrection

Members of Women for America First (WFAF) organized several events leading up to the attack on the Capitol, including the Jan. 6 "Stop the Steal" rally on the Ellipse near the White House, November 14th and December 12th, 2020 rallies on Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C. and two “March for Trump” nationwide bus tours that promoted the Washington rallies.

  • Amy Kremer, founder and chair of WFAF.
  • Kylie Kremer, founder and executive director of WFAF.
  • Cynthia Chafian, submitted the first permit application on behalf of WFAF for the January 6th rally, and founder of the Eighty Percent Coalition.  
  • Caroline Wren, listed on permit paperwork for the January 6th rally as “VIP Advisor.”
  • Maggie Mulvaney, listed on permit paperwork for the January 6th rally as “VIP Lead.”
  • Justin Caporale, of Event Strategies, Inc., listed on permit paperwork for the January 6th rally as “Project Manager.”
  • Tim Unes, of Event Strategies, Inc., listed on permit paperwork for the January 6th rally as “Stage Manager.”
  • Megan Powers, of MPowers Consulting LLC, listed on permit paperwork for the January 6th rally as “Operations Manager for Scheduling and Guidance.”
  • Hannah Salem, of Salem Strategies LLC, listed on permit paperwork for the January 6th rally as “Operations Manager for Logistics and Communications.”
  • Lyndon Brentnall, of RMS Protective Services, listed on permit paperwork for the January 6th rally as “On-Site Supervisor.”
  • Katrina Pierson, former Trump campaign official, reportedly involved in the organization of the January 5th and 6th rallies and was in direct communication with Trump about the rallies.
  • Ali Abdul Akbar, also known as Ali Alexander, connected to permit applications for the "Stop the Steal" rally.
  • Nathan Martin, connected to permit applications for the "Stop the Steal" rally.
  • Stop the Steal, LLC, corporate entity affiliated with Stop the Steal.

1 Justice Department official

  •  Jeffrey Clark, former Department of Justice official allegedly involved in efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.

5 witnesses who helped or had knowledge of the planning and financing of the rallies in D.C. and the violent attack on the U.S. Capitol

  • Dustin Stockton, assisted WFAF in planning the Jan. 6 rally at the Ellipse and other rallies after the 2020 presidential election that advanced unsupported claims about the election's outcome.
  • Jennifer Stockton, helped organize rallies after the 2020 presidential election, including the Jan. 6 rally at the Ellipse, that advanced unsupported claims about the election's outcome along with fiancé, Dustin Stockton.
  •  Taylor Budowich, director of communications for Trump.
  • Roger Stone, longtime Trump political adviser convicted of obstructing an investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. 
  • Alex Jones, owner of far-right wing conspiracy website InfoWars and host of "The Alex Jones Show."

Groups and individuals linked to the attack on the Capitol

  • Members of Proud Boys International LLC, a Southern Poverty Law Center designated hate group.
  • Henry "Enrique" Tarrio, Proud Boys chairman from November 2018 to September 2021.
  • Oath Keepers, identified by the Southern Poverty Law Center as an anti-government movement.
  • Elmer Stewart Rhodes, Oath Keepers president.
  • Robert Patrick Lewis/1st Amendment Praetorian, provided security for numerous rallies leading up to Jan. 6.

6 individuals involved in planning Jan. 5 and Jan. 6 rallies preceding the attack

  • Robert “Bobby” Peede, Jr. and Max Miller, met with Trump on Jan. 4 to discuss the Jan. 6 Ellipse rally.
  • Brian Jack, Trump's director of political affairs who reached out to several members of Congress on Trump's behalf to ask them to speak at the Jan. 6 rally.
  • Bryan Lewis, obtained a permit for a Jan. 6 rally outside the Capitol to “urge Congress to nullify electoral votes from states that made illegal changes to voting rules during their elections.”
  • Ed Martin, organizer of the Stop the Steal movement, planned and financed the Jan. 6 Stop the Steal protest directly preceding the attack on the Capitol.
  • Kimberly Fletcher, with her organization Moms for America, helped organize the January 5th rally at Freedom Plaza and the Jan. 6 rally at the Ellipse.

3 individuals involved in planning and preparations for the Jan. 6 rally at the Ellipse

  • Andy Surabian and Arthur Schwartz, strategists and advisers to Donald Trump Jr. who communicated with individuals including Donald Trump, Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle about the rally.
  • Ross Worthington, former White House official who helped draft Trump's speech for the rally.

4 Social media companies for records related to the attack

  • Alphabet’s YouTube was reportedly a platform for significant communications for users related to planning the insurrection, including livestreams of the attack as it was taking place.
  • Meta (formerly known as Facebook, Inc.), reportedly used to spread misinformation or disinformation and conspiracy theories around the 2020 election and to coordinate or attempt to coordinate the "Stop the Steal" movement.
  • Reddit, platform of the “r/The_Donald” ‘subreddit’ community that migrated to the website TheDonald.win in 2020, which hosted significant discussion and planning related to Jan. 6.
  • Twitter, subscribers reportedly used the platform to amplify allegations of election fraud and plan the Jan. 6 attack. 

4 Trump allies

  • Rudolph Giuliani, Trump's former attorney who reportedly actively promoted claims of election fraud on behalf of his client and maintained contact with then-President Trump and various members of Congress on delaying or overturning the results of the 2020 presidential election.
  • Jenna Ellis, a member of Trump's legal team who reportedly prepared and circulated two memos about analyzing the constitutional authority for the Vice President to reject or delay counting of Electoral College votes from states that had submitted alternate slates of electors.
  • Sidney Powell, a member of Trump's legal team who actively promoted claims of election fraud on behalf of her client.
  • Boris Epshteyn, Republican strategist who reportedly attended meetings at the Willard Hotel in the days leading up to Jan. 6 and discussed options with Trump that morning to delay the certification of election results if Vice President Pence was unwilling.

2 witnesses who promoted unsupported claims about the 2020 election

  • Nicholas J. Fuentes and Patrick Casey, leaders of the “America First” or “Groyper” movement who reportedly were present near the Capitol on Jan. 6, participated in events promoting unsupported claims about the election and may have received money used for the insurrection from a foreign computer programmer.

14 'alternate electors' who met and submitted purported Electoral-College certificates in 7 states

  • Nancy Cottle, Chairperson, Arizona
  • Loraine B. Pellegrino, Secretary, Arizona
  • David Shafer, Chairperson, Georgia
  • Shawn Still, Secretary, Georgia
  • Kathy Berden, Chairperson, Michigan
  • Mayra Rodriguez, Secretary, Michigan
  • Jewll Powdrell, Chairperson, New Mexico
  • Deborah W. Maestas, Secretary, New Mexico
  • Michael J. McDonald, Chairperson, Nevada
  • James DeGraffenreid, Secretary, Nevada
  • Bill Bachenberg, Chairperson, Pennsylvania
  • Lisa Patton, Secretary, Pennsylvania
  • Andrew Hitt, Chairperson, Wisconsin
  • Kelly Ruh, Secretary, Wisconsin

1 Former White House adviser

  • Peter Navarro, Trump's senior trade adviser who documented plans to delay certifying the election results with intent to overturn the results in interviews, on his website and in his book.

6 individuals who participated in efforts to send 'false electors' to the Joint Session of Congress on Jan. 6

  • Michael A. Roman and Gary Michael Brown, served, respectively, as Director and Deputy Director of Election Day Operations for Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign.
  • Douglas V. Mastriano, took part in arranging for an “alternate” slate of electors from Pennsylvania for Trump.
  • Laura Cox, reportedly witnessed Giuliani pressure state lawmakers to disregard election results in Michigan and call certifying the election results a "criminal act."
  • Mark W. Finchem, helped organize a Nov. 30, 2020 event in Phoenix, Arizona where Trump's legal team advanced unproven claims of election and voter fraud.
  • Kelli Ward, Arizona GOP Chair who reportedly acted to transmit documents claiming to be an  “alternate” Electoral College elector from her state.

6 individuals with knowledge related to efforts to change the election outcome

  • Cleta Mitchell, participated in a call in which Trump asked Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to "find" enough votes to reverse his loss in the state.
  • Kenneth Chesebro, reportedly promoted legal theories within the Trump campaign about alternate slates of electors in states Trump lost.
  • Christina Bobb, reportedly involved in drafting an executive order for Trump that would have directed federal agencies to seize voting machines in numerous states; was present in the "War Room" at the Willard Hotel with Giuliani's legal team on Jan. 6.
  • Katherine Friess, reportedly involved in drafting the executive order to seize voting machines.
  • Kurt Olsen, reportedly drafted an executive order for Trump that would have directed the Department of Justice to “take voter action;” had multiple phone calls with Trump on Jan. 6.
  • Phillip Kline, covered a meeting between Trump and over 300 state legislators about disseminating purported election fraud attempts; reportedly encouraged the legislators to sign a letter urging Vice President Mike Pence to delay the electoral certification.

Kimberly Guilfoyle

  • Guilfoyle allegedly raised funds to pay for the Jan. 6 rally at the Ellipse and spoke at the event. She met with Trump, several members of his family and others in the Oval Office the morning before a joint session of Congress met to certify the election results. 

5 Republican lawmakers, including Kevin McCarthy

  • House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif. 
  • Rep. Scott Perry, R-Pa.
  • Rep. Jim Jordan, R-OH
  • Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz.
  • Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala.

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