The House of Representatives Select Committee that is investigating the Capitol riot on Jan. 6 will reportedly request that telephone companies preserve the records of former President Donald Trump and his family, as well as some Republican lawmakers who played a role in the "Stop the Steal" rally.

Sources familiar with the matter told CNN on Monday that the committee requested records from those they believe either “attended, spoke, actively planned or encouraged people to attend” the rally.

They have not revealed the names of the lawmakers they are targeting or the means they will use to be granted access to the records.

These requests mark the committee’s latest investigative development in a week filled with records requests. Last week, the House was targeting tech giants such as Facebook, Twitter and Google, by requesting “all reviews, studies, reports, data, analyses, and communications” of people who might be linked to the attack.

These requests could have the power to determine who the committee will call as witnesses later in the investigation.

According to CNN’s sources, the list of people they are requesting records from includes Republican Reps. Lauren Boebert of Colorado, Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, Jim Jordan of Ohio, Andy Biggs of Arizona, Paul Gosar also of Arizona, Mo Brooks of Alabama, Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina, Matt Gaetz of Florida, Louie Gohmert of Texas, Jody Hice of Georgia and Scott Perry of Pennsylvania.

The list, which is still in the works, is made up of many of Trump’s supporters who helped spread false claims regarding the 2020 presidential election.

The 13-member panel was created in July to investigate the violent insurrection. Nearly 600 people have been arrested for their roles in storming the Capitol building.

Trump has called the committee's request for communication "a partisan sham and waste of taxpayer dollars."