Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 13, 2022  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Pennsylvania: “Cost of Pennsylvania Governor’s Race Sets New Record Amid ‘Campaign Finance Arms Race’” by Angela Couloumbis for Spotlight PA

Washington DC: “D.C. Elections Board: Silverman’s poll did not break campaign finance law” by Michael Brice-Saddler (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Inside the Secret $32M Effort to Stop ‘Stop the Steal’” by Zach Montellaro (Politico) for MSN


National: “Transgender Americans Feel Under Siege as Political Vitriol Rises” by Maggie Astor (New York Times) for Yahoo

California: “Former SF Building Inspector Pleads Guilty to Taking Illegal Payments” by Staff (KBCW) for MSN

Colorado: “Denver Schools Investigated Former Principal Over $175K in Purchases, Then Promoted Her” by David Migoya (Colorado Springs Gazette) for Yahoo News

Rhode Island: “Prov. Ethics Commission ‘Is Not Working,’ Chairman Says, as Complaints Get Dismissed” by Steph Machado for WPRI

Legislative Issues

National: “In Senate Shake-Up, Sinema Changes Her Party Affiliation to Independent” by Liz Goodwin, John Wagner, Eugene Scott, and Leigh Ann Caldwell (Washington Post) for MSN

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