Thursday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 20, 2016  •  

Thursday News Roundup


Clinton Has Been Unclear on Curbing Lobbyist Influence” by Annie Linskey for Boston Globe

Campaign Finance

Dems Use Loophole to Pump Millions into Fight for the House” by Scott Bland for Politico

Do Campaign Ads Matter? Donald Trump Gives a Rare Chance to Find Out” by Lynn Vavreck for New York Times

New York: “Federal Inquiry into Mayor de Blasio Is Said to Focus on Whether Donors Got Favors” by William Rashbaum for New York Times

Ohio: “Former Red-Light Camera Exec Sentenced for Role in Bribery Scheme” by Rick Rouan for Columbus Dispatch


Clinton and Trump Transitions Must Follow Strict Ethics Rules, Groups Say” by Elise Viebeck for Washington Post

Connecticut: “Former Mayor Eddie Perez Has Corruption Convictions Vacated” by David Owens for Hartford Courant

Massachusetts: “Lawmakers Weigh Call for Special Panel to Review Ethics Laws” by The Associated Press for Boston Herald


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


Texas: “Plagued by Corruption Allegations, Dallas County Now Has Formal Purchasing Rules” by Naomi Martin for Dallas Morning News

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