Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 4, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Florida: “Miami Beach Candidate Asks Voters to Donate to Her Campaign. And Eat at Her Restaurant” by Martin Vassolo (Miami Herald) for MSN

Michigan: “Donor Bernstein Funds Whitmer’s Recall Fight That Brother Could Rule On” by Craig Mauger (Detroit News) for Yahoo News

Washington DC: “More People Ran for Office and Donated to Campaigns Because of D.C’s New Public Financing Program” by Martin Austermuhle for


Ohio: “Trump-Backed Carey, Centrist Brown Win Ohio US House Races” by Julie Carr Smyth (Associated Press) for Yahoo News


Idaho: “Idaho House Ethics Committee Denounces an Absent Rep. Giddings, Recommends Punishment” by Hayat Norimine (Idaho Statesman) for Yahoo News

New York: “AG: Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women, broke state and federal law” by Anna Gromwold and Shannon Young (Washington Post) for MSN

Ohio: “Mayoral Hopeful State Sen. Sandra Williams Identified by Pseudonym in FirstEnergy Deferred Prosecution Agreement” by Seth Richardson (Cleveland Plain Dealer) for MSN


Colorado: “Aurora Lobbyist Registration Law Takes Effect; No Penalties Until 2022” by Kara Mason for Sentinel Colorado

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