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The Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives announced a special election for House District 60 will be held on May 18 during the upcoming primary election. The seat is vacant after Jeff Pyle announced his retirement due to health […]

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Gov. Ned Lamont scheduled a special election for Assembly District 145 on April 27. The seat became vacant after Patricia Miller was elected to the Connecticut State Senate on March 2. There are no primaries, and candidates will be nominated […]

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Pennsylvania Capitol Building

Pennsylvania election officials have scheduled a special election for Senate District 22 on May 18. The seat became vacant after John Blake resigned on March 8 to work for U.S. Rep. Matt Cartwright. There are no primaries, and candidates will […]

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Boston Financial District - by Nelson48

The Boston Municipal Lobbying Compliance Commission recently adopted lobbying regulations to complement the city’s lobbyist registration and regulation ordinance. Effective immediately, clients or lobbying entities required to file reports must itemize all expenditures exceeding $35 on any day during a […]

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Maine Capitol Building

The Maine Legislative Council has scheduled the annual harassment prevention training for April 28 at 10 a.m. Pursuant to 3 M.R.S.A. §170-B, lobbyists must complete an in-person harassment prevention training under the oversight of the Legislative Council, including the topics […]

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March 9, 2021  •  

Rhode Island Governor Sworn In

Rhode Island State House - by Farragutful

On March 7, an inauguration ceremony was held for Governor Daniel J. McKee. McKee was sworn in as Rhode Island’s 76th Governor after former Gov. Raimondo resigned to join President Biden’s administration as secretary of commerce. Due to the COVID-19 […]

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Governor Ned Lamont today announced a special election for Assembly District 112 on Tuesday, April 13. The district consists of the entirety of the Town of Monroe and portions of Newtown. The seat became vacant on February 17 following the […]

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Boston Financial District - by Nelson48

The search committee for the Office of Campaign and Political Finance has named William Campbell as the new director for the independent agency. The panel has been searching for a new director for the OCPF since Mike Sullivan retired in […]

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New York Capitol Building

The Joint Commission on Public Ethics opened the online Lobbying Application for the submission of bimonthly reports and posted updated PDF forms. Additional time has been provided to file bimonthly reports covering the January 1 to February 28 reporting period. […]

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February 23, 2021  •  

New York Gov. Cuomo Appoints New JCOPE Chair

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo appointed attorney Camille Joseph Varlack as the new chair of the Joint Commission on Public Ethics. The appointment comes after the former chairman, Michael Rozen, resigned on February 10. Ms. Varlack is a partner at […]

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February 16, 2021  •  

New York JCOPE Updates Online Filing System

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On February 24, the New York Joint Commission on Public Ethics plans to open the online Lobbying Application. Additionally, the commission will post updated paper forms for the submission of bimonthly reports. The writable PDF forms will be available to […]

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Rhode Island State House - by Farragutful

Rhode Island lawmakers announced a statewide special election for March 2. The special election relates to bond proposals seeking voter approval to borrow $400 million related to education, green infrastructure, transportation, housing, and arts funding. Voters have the option for […]

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Guam Congress Sign - by MosheA

The Guam Ethics Commission appointed Jesse John Quenga to serve as the first executive director. Initially created in 1996 the commission had been inactive until holding its first meeting in 2019. After a setback due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the […]

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January 4, 2021  •  

New Jersey Governor Postpones Elections

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New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy issued Executive Order 211 postponing elections to be held in the first quarter of 2021 until April 20. The executive order affects any special school elections and fire district elections previously scheduled for February and […]

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