Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 12, 2022  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Oregon: “Candidates, Others Have to Reset Passwords to Oregon Campaign Finance System After Hack” by Lynne Terry for Oregon Capital Journal


Colorado: “Election-Denying Clerk Tina Peters, Deputy Belinda Knisley Barred from Overseeing 2022 Elections in Mesa County” by Saja Hindi (Denver Post) for MSN

Michigan: “‘Massive Forgery Scheme’ Claims Rock Michigan Elections, Governor’s Race” by Jonathan Oosting for Bridge Michigan

Nebraska: “Pillen Beats Trump’s Candidate in Nebraska Governor Primary” by Grant Schulte (Associated Press) for ABC News


National: “GOP State Legislators Move to Police Social Media” by Reid Wilson (The Hill) for Yahoo News

National: “With High Court in Spotlight, Democrats Push Judicial Ethics Overhaul” by Jacqueline Alemany (Washington Post) for MSN

New York: “Judge Lifts Contempt Ruling Against Trump, with Conditions” by Graham Kates (CBS News) for Yahoo News

Ohio: “City Worker Who Helped Convicted Cleveland Councilman Ken Johnson in Corruption Scheme Spared Prison Time” by Corey Shaffer (Cleveland Plain Dealer) for MSN

Virginia: “Youngkin Retracts Job Offer to Indiana Official to Run Virginia DMV” by Gregory Schneider and Laura Vozzella (Washington Post) for MSN

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