October 12, 2012 •
News You Can Use Digest – October 12, 2012
Are Voter ID Opponents Winning the Battle but Losing the War?
House, Senate Campaigns Welcome Lobbyists Shunned by Team Obama
Obama, Romney Face Most Narrow Electoral Map in Recent History
From the States and Municipalities:
State Lawmaker Ben Arredondo Pleads Guilty to Two Felonies
Butterworth Skirts State Lobbying Laws to Land $44 Million-a-Year Contract in Broward
Federal Judge Upholds Limits on Contributions to State Candidates
Del. Tiffany Alston Suspended from Office, General Assembly Lawyer Says
Appeals Court Reinstates Campaign Finance Limits
Ross Miller Pursues Campaign Finance Law Violations against AFP
Ohio Republican Party Reaches Settlement to Resolve Complaint That it Lied in Campaign Literature against Redistricting Issue
DeLay Attorneys: Ex-GOP Star Didn’t Launder Money
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