Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 8, 2020  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Canada: “‘Loophole’ in Civic Election Act Breeds Unfairness and Financial Secrecy, Experts Say” by Angela King for CBC

Ohio: “Householder Dark Money Group Reputedly Broke Deal with AEP-Backed Nonprofit to Fund” by Randy Ludlow and Marc Kovac (Columbus Dispatch) for MSN


National: “GOP Women’s Record-Breaking Success Reflects Party’s Major Shift on Recruiting and Supporting Female Candidates” by Rachael Bade for Washington Post

National: “Conservative Nonprofit Group Challenging Election Results Around the Country Has Tie to Trump Legal Adviser Jenna Ellis” by John Swain, Rosalind Helderman, Josh Dawsey, and Tom Hamburger for Washington Post


National: “Neera Tanden, Biden’s Pick for Budget Chief, Runs a Think Tank Backed by Corporate and Foreign Interests” by Yeganeh Torbati and Beth Reinhard (Washington Post) for MSN

Illinois: “Ex-State Sen. Martin Sandoval, Snared in Political Corruption Investigation, Dies of Coronavirus: Attorney” by Jon Seidel, Mark Brown, and Mitchell Armentrout for Chicago Sun-Times

Michigan: “‘Unambiguous, Loud and Threatening’: Trump supporters protest at home of Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson” by Miriam Marini (Detroit Free Press) for USA Today

Legislative Issues

Arizona: “Arizona Legislature Shuts Down after Rudy Giuliani Possibly Exposed Lawmakers to COVID-19” by Maria Polletta (Arizona Republic) for MSN


Florida: “Florida Voters Barred Ex-Lawmakers from Lobbying for 6 Years, but Revolving Door Still Swings” by Gary Roher (Orlando Sentinel) for MSN

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