All 19 defendants in Georgia 2020 election case have pleaded not guilty
Why it matters: Now, all 19 defendants in the case over alleged efforts to overturn the state's 2020 election results have pleaded not guilty.
Driving the news: Meadows and the remaining co-defendants, including conservative attorney John Eastman, waived their scheduled arraignments.
Details: The others who pleaded not guilty and waived their arraignments on Tuesday were:
- Jeffrey Clark, a former Department of Justice official.
- Shawn Still, a current Georgia state senator.
- Cathy Latham, former chair of the Coffee County Republican Party and a fake GOP elector.
- David Shafer, former chair of the Georgia Republican Party and a fake GOP elector
- Misty Hampton, former Coffee County elections director
Of note: Meadows, Clark, Shafer and Latham are all working to get their cases moved to federal court, per CNN.
The big picture: Former President Trump and 18 co-defendants were indicted in August.
- The case differs from Trump's three other indictments in its public nature. It will be televised, and it produced the only existing mug shot of a current or former U.S. president.
- Trump pleaded not guilty on Aug. 31 and also waived his arraignment.
Editor's note: This story has been updated with details throughout.