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October 8, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Lobbying World” in The Hill.

Oregon: “Former advisers for Sen. Ron Wyden launch new lobbying firm” by Matthew Kish in the Portland Business Journal.

K Street Rundown: Chamber of Commerce Courts NASCAR, GPG Loses Big Clients and Iraq Wants a National Guard” by Tess VandenDolder in InTheCapital.

Campaign Finance

DCCC and NRCC drive outside spending in the House” by Peter Olsen-Phillips in the Sunlight Foundation Blog.

Connecticut: “GOP Legislators Accuse Dems Of Misusing Campaign Money” by The Associated Press in CBS Connecticut.

New York: “331 big donors boosting Cuomo” by Matthew Hamilton in the Times Union.

Ohio: “Former Josh Mandel aide, now a Super PAC guru, is setting up new, secretive groups” by Stephen Koff in The Plain Dealer.

Rhode Island: “R.I. campaign finance reports for past month trickling in” by Randal Edgar in the Providence Journal.


6 Gubernatorial Races With Potential Congressional Consequences” by Bridget Bowman in Roll Call.

For McConnell, it’s now or never” by Alexander Bolton in The Hill.

Massachusetts: “Why Massachusetts Might Elect Another Republican Governor” by Alan Greenblatt in in Governing.

State Legislatures

New Jersey: “N.J. lawmaker tries to limit new bills … by introducing a new bill” by Matt Friedman on


Virginia: “Court Tosses Virginia Congressional Map (Updated)” by Bridget Bowman in Roll Call.

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