Who is Wandrea Shaye Moss? Georgia Election Worker Speaks in Jan. 6 Hearing

At least three Georgia election officials are set to testify in Tuesday's House Select Committee into the events that led to the insurrection that took place at the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. on January 6 last year.

Today's proceedings, the fourth day of evidence presented by the committee, will be broadcast on prime-time television from 1 p.m. Eastern Time. They will focus on the alleged pressure former President Donald Trump and his allies placed on Georgia election officials after Trump lost the traditional ruby-red state in the November 2020 election to Democrat Joe Biden. U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff, a panel member and a California Democrat, is expected to play a leading role in the presentation on Tuesday.

At least four witnesses are due to deliver live testimony in Tuesday's hearing, including Wandrea ArShaye "Shaye" Moss, a former Georgia election worker who received death threats and harassment of her family after Trump's lawyer, Rudy Guiliani, and the One America News Network made claims about her carrying out a fake ballot scheme during the election in November 2020.

Moss, a Fulton County voter registration officer, was accused of conspiring to produce batches of illegal ballots and running them through voting machines to help Biden win in Georgia.

In her written remarks, Moss said people told her and her mother, also an election worker, that they should "hang...for committing treason."

Moss's son has also received death threats, and people visited her grandmother's house and tried to make "a citizen's arrest", she said.

Joining Moss at the witness stand earlier on in the day will be Georgia's secretary of state Brad Raffensperger and his deputy Gabe Sterling. Both officials pushed back on claims by Trump that the election result was a fraud.

Rusty Bowers, a Republican speaker and member of the Arizona House of Representatives, will also testify. He backed Trump's re-election bid but resisted pressure from the Trump campaign to overturn Biden's victory. Bower has previously said Guiliani called him after the election to try and persuade him to involve the legislature in the state's certification process before sending it to its presidential electors in Congress. Bowers said Monday that Trump's attempt to try and overturn the election result was unwise and "juvenile", and that it attacked American democracy.

The next hearing after Tuesday's will be on Thursday June 23 at 3 p.m. ET.

The committee is made up of seven Democrats including Schiff and Mississippi Rep. Bennie Thompson, and two RepublicansLiz Cheney (R-Wyo) and Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill).

Trump supporters stormed the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. on January 6, 2021, as lawmakers were attempting to certify Biden's victory. Earlier that day, Trump had given a speech to supporters in D.C. saying that the election result was "a big lie" and urging his followers to "fight like hell" and march to the Capitol. Five people died as a direct result of the riots, while four police officers who were responding later died by suicide.

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Wandrea' "Shaye" Moss, former Fulton County, Ga. election worker deliverS her remarks after receiving the 2022 John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award, Sunday, May 22, 2022, at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston. Moss is among the Georgia election officials are set to testify in Tuesday’s House Select Committee into the events that led to the insurrection that took place at the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. on January 6 last year. Josh Reynold/AP Photo