Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 3, 2022  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Political Advertisers Shift Spending from Facebook to Streaming Platforms Ahead of Midterms” by Lauren Feiner and Jonathan Vanian for CNBC

Illinois: “Billionaire Gov. Pritzker Uses Trust to Skirt Contribution Limits in Illinois Supreme Court Races” by Dan Petrella (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

Texas: “For Third Time This Year, AG Ken Paxton Fails to Disclose Campaign Donors as Required by Law” by Taylor Goldenstein (Houston Chronicle) for MSN


National: “Trump Lawyers Saw Justice Thomas as ‘Only Chance’ to Stop 2020 Election Certification” by Kyle Cheney, Josh Gerstein, and Nicholas Wu (Politico) for MSN

Arizona: “Judge Limits Ballot Drop Box Monitoring in Arizona After Intimidation Claims” by Annabelle Timsit (Washington Post) for MSN

Pennsylvania: “Pennsylvania Court: Ballots in undated envelopes won’t count” by Mark Scolforo (Associated Press) for Yahoo News

South Dakota: “Federal Court Rules SD Ballot Measure Law Curbs Free Speech” by Stephen Groves (Associated Press) for MSN


National: “Architect of Capitol Abused Government Car Privileges, IG Report Finds” by Jim Saska (Roll Call) for MSN

California: “Judge Denies Motion to End Corruption Trial after Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Resignation” by Robert Salonga (Bay Area News Group) for East Bay Times


National: “Perkins Coie Dials Back Politics, Doubles Down on Corporate Work” by Justin Wise for Bloomberg Government

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