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October 5, 2012  •  

Our Friday Campaign Finance and Lobbying News

Government Relations NewsCampaign Finance

California: “Crosby, Stills, Nash and Morello rage against Prop. 32” by Michael J. Mishak in the Los Angeles Times.

Montana:  “Montana appeals ruling as campaigns eye unlimited donations” by Mike Dennison in the Billings Gazette.

James Bopp Jr. Gets Creative” by Jon Campbell in Slate.


Florida: “Butterworth skirts state lobbying laws with Broward contract” by Mary Ellen Klas in the Miami Herald.


Todd Akin Flubs Another Financial Disclosure, Amends 10 Years of Forms” by Neils Lesniewski in Roll Call.

Illinois: “Illinois powerbroker Cellini is sentenced to a year in prison” by Annie Sweeney in the Morris Daily Herald.

Pennsylvania: “Ex-LCB chairman Stapleton resigns amid ethics probe” by Angela Couloumbis in the Philadelphia Inquirer.

South Carolina: “Ethics Commission Owed $2 Million Plus in Fines” by Shawn Drury in the St. Andrews Patch.

Government Tech and Social Media

Digital Campaigning: Meet the Marketing Wizards of D.C.” by Matt Petronzio in Mashable.

Are Digital States Graduating with Honors, or in Detention?” by Kristy Fifelski in GovTech.

Photo of the U.S. Capitol by UpstateNYer on Wikipedia.

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