Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 2, 2022  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Democrats’ Election Reform Bill Failed in the Senate. What’s Next for Campaign Finance Reform?” by Jimmy Cloutier for

Colorado: “Colorado School Board Races Are Big-Money Affairs. A New Bill Wants to Reign in Donors with Campaign Finance Limits.” by Sandra Fish (Colorado Sun) and Erica Meltzer for Chalkbeat Colorado

Georgia: “Federal Judge to Rule on Governor’s Uncapped Fundraising War Chest” by Ross Williams (Georgia Recorder) for Albany Times Herald


Arizona: “Election Workers Could Be Charged with Crimes for Making Mistakes Under GOP Bills” by Jeremy Duda for Arizona Mirror


National: “Some Records Sent to Jan. 6 Committee Were Torn Up, Taped Back Together – Mirroring a Trump Habit” by Jacqueline Alemany, Josh Dawsey, Amy Gardner, and Tom Hamburger (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Trump Had Role in Weighing Proposals to Seize Voting Machines” by Alan Feuer, Maggie Haberman, Michael Schmidt, and Luke Broadwater (New York Times) for Yahoo News

Virginia: “Tim Anderson Is Writing Bills That Might Profit His Business. In Virginia, That’s Allowed.” by Ryan McKinnon for Virginian-Pilot


Missouri: “Former Lake Ozark Lawmaker’s Attempt to Overturn Missouri’s Revolving Door Ban Rejected by Judge” by Galen Bacharier (Springfield News-Leader) for Yahoo News

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