Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is scheduled to have a meeting with investigators from special counsel Jack Smith’s office. This meeting, set to take place in Atlanta, marks Raffensperger’s first interview with the Justice Department’s special counsel regarding their investigation into former President Donald Trump’s role in the January 6 Capitol attack. Raffensperger had previously been subpoenaed by Smith for documents in December, although he was not required to appear or testify in person. The upcoming interview with special counsel investigators was first reported by The Washington Post, and Raffensperger’s office has declined to provide further comments on the matter. The meeting holds significance as it relates to Trump’s request to Raffensperger to “find” votes to overturn Joe Biden’s victory in Georgia, a call that took place shortly before the Capitol attack. Raffensperger’s appearance before the special counsel’s office also aligns with an ongoing investigation in Georgia regarding potential unlawful actions by Trump during the 2020 election. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has indicated that charges in the Trump election probe could be announced in early August.