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October 27, 2016  •  

Thursday News Roundup


Clinton Sticks with Obama’s Strict Lobbying Rules – for Now” by Anna Palmer and Andrew Restuccia for Politico

Top Lobbyists 2016: Hired guns” by Staff for The Hill

Top Lobbyists 2016: Corporate” by Staff for The Hill

Campaign Finance

Trump Stops Holding High-Dollar Fundraisers That Were Raising Big Cash for the GOP” by Matea Gold for Washington Post

Pennsylvania: “City Council Staffers Scolded, Fined for Helping Boss Fund-Raise on City Time” by Tricia Nadolny for Philadelphia Inquirer


Michigan: “Trash Hauler Rizzo Tied to More Corruption Charges in Macomb County” by Tresa Baldas and Christina Hall for Detroit Free Press

Pennsylvania: “Kenney Amends Gifts Rules for His Staff” by Claudia Vargas for Philadelphia Inquirer


Brand Promotions Suggest Donald Trump Is Looking Past Election Day” by Maggie Haberman and Nick Corasaniti for New York Times

For Some Conservative Female Pundits, This Election Has Been a Nightmare” by Kelsey Snell for Washington Post

California: “The GOP Dead Zone: You won’t find any Republicans to vote for in L.A. County” by Javier Panzar for Los Angeles Times

North Carolina: “Protests and Storms Make North Carolina’s Election Year ‘a Bizarre Experience’” by Richard Fausset for New York Times

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