November 1, 2012 •
Thursday News Roundup
From the States
“Capitols After Dark: A Haunting Prospect” by Mark Wolf in NCSL’s The Thicket.
“Romney Would Limit Lobbyist Roles” by Damian Paletta and Brody Mullins in The Wall Street Journal.
“Billionaires, outside groups fueled pricey campaigns” by The Associated Press in the Dallas Morning News.
“30 Issues: Why You Should Care About … Campaign Finance” by Ibby Caputo on WGBH.
California: “Limit on campaign contributions may be increasing the spending of outside groups” by Stephen Hobbs in the Richmond Confidential.
“City Council OKs overhaul of ethics board” by Fran Speilman in the Chicago Sun Times.
Campaigns and Elections
“Romney Campaign Will Use Smartphones To Track Voter Turnout” by Sarah Lai Stirland in TechPresident.
“Why there won’t likely be an electoral vote/popular vote split — in one map” by Chris Cillizza in The Washington Posts’ The Fix.
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