Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 4, 2020  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “The FEC Says Jill Stein, Who Raised $7.3 Million to Recount the 2016 Election, Owes Them More Than $66,000 for Campaign Finance Violations” by Charles Davis for Business Insider

Oregon: “Oregon Opens Door for Campaign Finance Limits” by Dirk VanderHart for OPB


National: “As America Awaits a Winner, Trump Falsely Claims He Prevailed” by Alexander Burns and Jonathan Martin for New York Times

National: “Republicans Clinging to Senate Majority” by Seung Min Kim and Paul Kane for Washington Post


National: “Mueller Investigated Julian Assange, WikiLeaks, and Roger Stone for DNC Hacks” by Jason Leopold and Ken Bensinger for BuzzFeed News

Canada: “Ethics Committee Debates New Motion That Could Relaunch Study into WE Charity Scandal” by Christopher Nardi (National Post) for MSN

Arizona: “After Waymo Moved Business to State, Ducey Pressed for Its Google Affiliate to Get a $24M, No-Bid Contract” by Craig Harris (Arizona Republic) for USA Today

Missouri: “Amendment 3: Effort to overturn Clean Missouri redistricting poised to pass narrowly” by Austin Huguelet for Springfield News-Leader

Virginia: “In Va., Gun-Control Fight Gives Rise to Movement for County-Approved Militias” by Gregory Schneider (Washington Post) for MSN

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