July 15, 2014 •
Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update
“Accepting Resumes! AGRP Executive Director Position” from the Association of Government Relations Professionals Blog.
“Bottom Line” in The Hill.
Rhode Island: “GOP Candidates Wants Tougher Lobbying and Ethics Law in RI” by Mark Curtis on WLNE TV News.
Virginia: “Va. hospital group spends $400,000 on lobbying” by Alan Suderman (Associated Press) on WTOP.
“House Democrats to unveil campaign finance amendment” by Lauren French in Politico.
“How to Raise $5 Million Online For Campaign Finance Reform: Why MayDay PAC Succeeded” by Ben Winkler in TechPresident.
“DeMint rakes in Heritage cash” by Alexander Bolton in The Hill.
New York: “Rolling updates: NYC Campaign Finance Board filings” by Celeste Katz on NY Daily News.
Ohio: “Ben Suarez asks federal judge to throw out obstruction of justice conviction or grant new trial” by James F. McCarty in The Plain Dealer.
South Carolina: “House Speaker Harrell uses campaign funds to pay Charleston attorneys” by Jeremy Borden in The Post and Courier.
“Partisan Activities of Lerner Co-Worker at FEC” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.
North Carolina: “NC voters see runoff primaries in 37 counties” by The Associated Press on WSOC TV.
“Interactive: Understanding congressional redistricting” by The Associated Press in the Wisconsin State Journal.
New Jersey: “Top Assembly Republican wants redistricting do-over” by Matt Friedman in The Star Ledger.
Texas: “Texas accused of purposely excluding minorities in redistricting” by Will Weissert (Associated Press) in The Dallas Morning News.
Texas: “The Source: Texas Redistricting Back In San Antonio Federal Court” by Paul Flahive on Texas Public Radio.
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