Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 18, 2022  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Feds Dismiss Campaign Finance Complaint Against Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert” by Caitlyn Kim for Colorado Public Radio

Georgia: “Lieutenant Governor Candidate Jones Hasn’t Disclosed Flights” by Associated Press for MSN


National: “Victories by Mastriano, Budd Show Potency of Trump’s False Stolen Election Claims in GOP” by Annie Linskey and David Weigel (Washington Post) for MSN

Wisconsin: “Wis. Democrats File First-of-Its-Kind Suit vs. Fake Trump Electors” by Rosalind Helderman (Washington Post) for MSN


Arizona: “Arizona Senate to Investigate Wendy Rogers Over Social Media Post on Buffalo Shooting” by Ray Stern (Arizona Republic) for Yahoo News

New York: “Adams’ Top Aide Navigates Uncharted Path on New York Ethics Issues” by Sally Goldenberg and Joe Anuta (Politico) for Yahoo News

Ohio: “Medicaid Director Owned Stock in Companies She Awarded Huge Contracts” by Marty Schladen for Ohio Capital Journal


National: “How Facebook Funded a Clandestine War Against Regulation” by Cat Zakrzewski and Elizabeth Dwoskin (Washington Post) for MSN

Colorado: “Some Colorado Lobbyists Work for Both Sides at the Same Time” by Zack Newman for KUSA


New York: “Court Expert Draws More GOP-Friendly New York Political Maps” by Michelle Price (Associated Press) for MSN

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