Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 25, 2019  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Arizona: “Campaign Finance Websites Still Broken as Election 2020 Nears” by Andrew Nicla for Arizona Capitol Times

California: “‘A Spectacular Fall from Grace’: State commission levies big fine on Contra Costa elections chief who pocketed campaign funds” by Annie Sciacca for San Jose Mercury News

Rhode Island: “Conservative Groups Sue R.I. Elections Board Over Disclosure Rules” by Patrick Anderson for Providence Journal


National: “Charges of Ukrainian Meddling? A Russian Operation, U.S. Intelligence Says” by Julian Barnes and Matthew Rosenberg (New York Times) for MSN

California: “Trump May Withhold Tax Returns and Appear on Ballot, California Supreme Court Rules” by Maura Dolan and John Myers for Los Angeles Times

Massachusetts: “Secretary of State William Galvin Benefited Politically from Voter Info Booklet and Voting Signs, Massachusetts Ethics Commission Says” by Katie Lannan (State House News Service) for


National: “Secret Service Spent Quarter of a Million Dollars at President Trump’s Properties in First Five Months of His Term, Records Show” by David Fahrenthold, Jonathan O’Connell, and Joshua Partlow (Washington Post) for MSN

Maryland: “Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy, Tax Evasion in ‘Healthy Holly’ Book Scheme” by Luke Broadwater and Kevin Rector for Baltimore Sun


National: “Amid Impeachment, Groups Press for Limits on Foreign Influence” by Kate Ackley for Roll Call

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