Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 25, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


Florida: “No-Party Candidate in Miami Election Fraud Case Takes Plea Deal, Apologizes to Voters” by Samantha Gross (Miami Herald) for MSN

Idaho: “Idaho Supreme Court Overturns Tougher Ballot Initiative Law” by Rebecca Boone (Associated Press) for MSN

Minnesota: “Minnesota GOP ‘in Ruins’ After Shocking Scandal” by David Siders and Paul Zemko (Politico) for Yahoo News

North Carolina: “Court Rules North Carolina Must Allow Former Felons to Vote” by Paulina Villegas (Washington Post) for MSN


Illinois: “Feds Say Members of Madigan’s Inner Circle Weren’t ‘Merely’ Lobbying, Urge Judge Not to Toss Charges” by John Seidel for Chicago Sun-Times

Maryland: “Error-Riddled Ethics Reports on School Board Create Political Firestorm in Prince George’s County” by Rachel Chason and Donna St. George (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “DOJ Investigating One-Time Trump Campaign Adviser Over Alleged Ties to Qatar: Report” by Karl Evers-Hillstrom (The Hill) for MSN


Wisconsin: “Two More Redistricting Lawsuits Have Been Filed in Wisconsin as Conservatives and Liberals Mount a Legal Battle Over Election Maps” by Patrick Marley (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) for MSN

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