June 14, 2012 •
Thursday Campaign Finance News Summary
“U.S. Supreme Court meets Thursday to consider Montana’s ban on corporate political spending” by Charles S. Johnson in the Missoulian.
“No New Trial for John Edwards” by Kim Severson in The New York Times.
“Newswire : Romney tops Obama in fundraising for May” by Jim Kuhnhenn and Ken Thomas (Associated Press) in the Greene County Democrat.
“Campaign Aid Is Now Surging Into 8 Figures” by Nicholas Confessore in The New York Times.
“Beltway Bundlers Have Mitt Romney Sitting Pretty” by Eliza Newlin Carney in Roll Call.
Arizona: “Former Ariz. lawmaker who left office after campaign finance allegations being investigated” by The Associated Press in The Arizona Republic.
Maryland: “Maryland campaign donation loophole targeted” by David Hill in the Washington Times.
Ohio: “Ohio Elections Commission will reconsider allowing ex-Sheriff Gerald McFaul’s controversial spending” by Joe Guillen in the Plain Dealer.
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