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Illinois State Capitol Building

A special election has been called for Senate District 11 to fill the seat vacated by Sen. Martin Sandoval, effective January 1, 2020. Sandoval resigned amid a federal corruption investigation. The primary will be held on March 17 and the […]

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Former Reps. Loeffler and Zerwas

On February 4, 2020, special elections will be held to fill vacancies in Minnesota House Districts 30A and 60A. Rep. Diane Loeffler, a Democrat from Minneapolis, died in November creating the vacancy in District 60A. Rep. Nick Zerwas, a Republican […]

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Rocky Adkins and Dennis Keene

Gov. Andy Beshear called a special election to fill two open seats in House District 67 and House District 99. Rep. Rocky Adkins, a Democrat from Sandy Hook resigned to become Beshear’s senior adviser. Rep. Dennis Keene, a Democrat from […]

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Chicago City Hall - Ken Lund

The city of Chicago announced a three-month delay for the effective date of an ordinance expanding the definition of lobbyist. The expansion would include persons acting on behalf of a nonprofit if they undertake those efforts as a matter of […]

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The James R. Thompson Center - Ken Lund

Co-chairs Sen. Elgie R. Sims, Jr. and Rep. Greg Harris called the first hearing of the new Joint Commission on Ethics and Lobbying Reform. The hearing will take place Monday, December 23 at 10 a.m. in Room 16-503 of the […]

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The Hawaii Senate convened a third special session last week to confirm two judicial appointments. The Senate confirmed one judicial appointment for the District Family Court of the Third Circuit and another for the District Court of the Fifth Circuit. […]

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Opposition parties say legislative members in Alberta are attempting to rush through campaign finance changes to disproportionately benefit the New Democratic Party. NDP members have proposed a $4,000 annual limit on political contributions to political parties, constituency associations, nominated candidates, […]

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March 2, 2016  •  

Our March Photo Scrapbook

Enjoy these fun photos from recent events: In February, Elizabeth celebrated the seventh anniversary of Ken Kelewae, I.T. Assistant and the seventh anniversary of Sarah Gray, Compliance Assistant Coordinator.  We also celebrated the 18th anniversary of our Executive Director, Renold […]

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March 1, 2016  •  

See Us in Person!

Here is our March calendar: March 2   Ohio Birthday Celebration, Washington, DC March 7-10   National PAC Conference, Miami Beach, Florida March 9   NCSL Foundation Luncheon, Washington, DC March 10   Women’s Endowment Fund Annual Dinner, Akron, OH March 16   PLEN Mentor […]

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