Tuesday Campaign Finance and Ethics News Update - State and Federal Communications

August 13, 2013  •  

Tuesday Campaign Finance and Ethics News Update

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Sandra Day O’Connor Tells NCSL Legislative Summit Money Poses Biggest Risk to Fair Courts” by Mary Winter on NCSL’s The Thicket.

Connecticut: “Donovan campaign aide asks for probation” by Michael P. Mayko in the Connecticut Post.

Delaware: “AG Biden won’t investigate donation of improper campaign contributions” by Jonathan Starkey in The News Journal.

District of Columbia: “Ex-Campaign Aide to D.C. Mayor Gray to Plead Guilty” by The Associated Press on WNEW CBS News.

District of Columbia: “Thies: Are Shadow Campaigns Stealing D.C. Elections?” by Churck Thies on NBC4 Washington News.

New York: “100 years ago, a NY governor was impeached” by Joseph Spector in the Star-Gazette.


FEC signs off on Progress Kentucky closing” by Byron Tau on Politico.

From the State Legislatures

The coming war over voting rights” by Tal Kopan in Politico.

Oklahoma: “Governor orders special legislative session” in Tulsa World.


A New App Takes Government Contracting Mobile” by Joseph Marks in NextGov.


Arizona: “2020 Redistricting? The Arizona GOP Is ON IT” by Abby Livingston in Roll Call.

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