Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 5, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Oregon: “Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler’s $150,000 Loan to His Own Campaign Wasn’t Illegal, City Auditor Says” by Everton Bailey Jr. for Portland Oregonian


National: “Trump Campaign Mounts Challenges in Four States as Narrow Margins Raise Stakes for Battles Over Which Ballots Will Count” by Elise Viebeck, Robert Barnes, Tom Hamburger, and Rosalind Helderman (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “GOP Holds Line in State Legislatures, Dealing Blow to Democrats” by Reid Wilson for The Hill

Arkansas: “2 Issues on State Ballot Approved by Voters” by Michael Wickline for Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Mississippi: “Mississippi Approves Flag with Magnolia, ‘In God We Trust’” by Emily Wagster Pettus for Associated Press News

North Dakota: “North Dakota Voters Reject Measure 2 by Wide Margin” by Jeremy Turley for Grand Forks Herald

Ohio: “Embattled Former Ohio House Speaker Easily Wins Re-Election” by J.D. Davidson for The Center Square


National: “U.S. Supreme Court Hands Narrow Win to Black Lives Matter Activist Over Protest Incident” by Lawrence Hurley for Reuters

New York: “Judge Rules Sterne Agee Analyst Complicit in NY Pension Pay-to-Play Scheme” by Michael Katz for Chief Investment Officer

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