True the Vote’s president, Catherine Engelbrecht, has already agreed to provide documentation and testimony, Cummings said.
True the Vote has responded already to Rep. Cummings’ on its website with a statement and open letter, calling his allegations “factually bankrupt.” Engelbrecht offered to meet with Cummings in his Washington, D.C. office in order to “brief [Rep. Cummings and his] staff about our program and help dispel any misconceptions you may have.”
“True the Vote has made itself the watchdog, so to speak, and now the watchdog has got somebody watching them,” the congressman said.