Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

campaign finance, elections, ethics, lobbying

Campaign Finance

National: Corporate PACs Try to Rebuild Their Reputations After Midterms by Lorraine Woellert for Politico

Elections

National: In ‘Rainbow Wave,’ LGBT Candidates Are Elected in Record Numbers by Christina Caron (New York Times) for WRAL

North Carolina: Details of NC’s New Voter ID Requirement Still Need to Be Worked Out by Sarah Krueger for WRAL

Ethics

National: Ex-Congressman Sentenced to 10 Years for Stealing Charitable Donations by Matt Stevens (New York Times) for WRAL

New York: Eric Schneiderman Won’t Face Criminal Charges Over Allegations of Abuse by Camila Domonoske for National Public Radio

Oklahoma: Oklahoma Watch: Governor-elect Kevin Stitt’s business ties could cause conflicts of interest by Paul Monies (Oklahoma Watch) for Tulsa World

Lobbying

National: House Democrats’ Win Fuels K Street Hiring by Theodoric Meyer and Marianne Levine for Politico

Florida: Miami Tells Officials Not to Talk to Beckham Team Until Ethics Complaint Is Resolved by Joey Flechas for Miami Herald