Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 24, 2016  •  

Monday News Roundup


California: “Ethics Committee Chair Davis Vacationed with Alleged ‘Lobbyist’ Between Meetings with Her” by Caroline Schuk for Santa Clara Weekly

Campaign Finance

Insurers Give Big to Races Determining Their Regulators” by Michael Mishak for Center for Public Integrity

Alaska: “APOC Says Anchorage GOP Rep. LeDoux Can Keep Her PAC and Raise Lobbyist Money” by Nathaniel Herz for Alaska Dispatch News

California: “Supervisor Mark Farrell Settles Ethics Fine for $25K, Commissioner Says He Lacks ‘Integrity’” by Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez for San Francisco Examiner

New York: “NYC Campaign Finance Board Chief Resigning to Focus on Day Job at Consulting Firm” by Erin Durkin for New York Daily News

Wisconsin: “Democrats Call for Laws to Regulate Campaign Coordination, Election-Related Issue Ads” by Matthew DeFour for Wisconsin State Journal


Anti-Semitic Posts, Many from Trump Supporters, Surge on Twitter” by Jonathan Mahler for New York Times

North Carolina: “Federal Authorities Conclude Probe of Governor in Prison Contracts Case” by Craig Jarvis, Ames Alexander, and Joseph Neff for Raleigh News & Observer


At Third Debate, Trump Won’t Commit to Accepting Election Results If He Loses” by Karen Tumulty and Philip Rucker for Washington Post

WikiLeaks’ Gift to American Democracy” by Jim Rutenberg for New York Times

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