They include former Trump campaign managers Bill Stephen and Sean Dorman, who served as chief financial officers in Trump’s 2020 presidential campaign, people familiar with the matter told CNN. Neither Stepien nor Dollman responded to CNN’s request for comment.
Dan Scavino, Trump’s former deputy chief of staff, also recently received a subpoena, according to people familiar with the matter. Scavino did not respond to a request for comment.
In total, more than 30 people with ties to Trump have been subpoenaed in recent days, according to two sources familiar with the targets of the subpoenas. The subpoena seeks documents and, in some cases, testimony before a grand jury in Washington, D.C.
The flurry of subpoenas and other investigative activity comes just days before the Justice Department begins its standard pre-election quiet period, the 60 days leading up to the midterm elections, during which the Justice Department typically tries to avoid public inquiries in politically sensitive investigations. Actions avoid trying to influence the look of the election.
Some of the subpoenas, including those reviewed by CNN, were wide-ranging and sought information on a range of issues, including fake election plans, Trump’s primary fundraising and political vehicle, Save America PAC, Jan. 6 The organization of Trump’s rallies, and any communication with a large number of people working to overturn the 2020 election results.
The subpoena reviewed by CNN seeks records related to compensation provided to or obtained from a list of people including Trump lawyers and campaign staff until January 20, 2021.
The subpoena seeks to communicate with some of the same actors previously identified in the subpoena who served fake voters in various states earlier this year, including former Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Victoria Tone Sim and Trump 2020 campaign adviser Boris Eppshteyn, among others.
Some subpoenas also require recipients to submit any prior information to a House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik, who worked with Giuliani to find evidence of voter fraud in the weeks following the 2020 election, has also been confirmed to CNN by his attorney. A subpoena for documents and testimony was received.
“I’ve seen a lot of subpoenas. It looks very different because there’s no direction,” said Timothy Parlatore, Kerik’s attorney. “Usually it’s very targeted.”
Brian Jack, the last White House political director under Trump, was also subpoenaed, according to people familiar with the matter. Jack did not respond to a request for comment.
Amy Kremer, president of Women First, who hosted Trump’s rally outside the White House, said in a tweet over the weekend that her group had also received widespread subpoenas. Her attorney has publicly said the same thing.
This story has been updated with more details.