Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update - State and Federal Communications

January 20, 2015  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

K StreetLobbying

Some K Street Donors Slow to Commit to another Romney Bid” by Fredreka Schouten for USA Today

Gifts to Va. Lawmakers down Last Year Following McDonnell Scandal” by Jenna Portnoy for Washington Post

Campaign Finance

RNC Date Change Gives Dark Money More Room to Operate” by Jacob Fenton and Peter Olsen-Phillips for Sunlight Foundation

Outside Donors, ‘Dark Money’ Influenced Ariz. Races” by Alia Beard Rau for Arizona Republic

Can Connecticut’s Campaign Finance Reforms Be Saved?” by Mark Pazniokas for CT Mirror

Jury Returns Split Verdict in Campaign Finance Case” by Hugh McQuaid for CTNewsJunkie.com

With Ballot Question, Maine Group Aims to Bolster Struggling Public Financing Elections Law” by Alanna Durkin (Associated Press) for Greenfield Daily Reporter

At $37 Million and Counting, Mega-Donor Sinquefield Says He’s Not Going Anywhere” by Kevin McDermott and Virginia Young for St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Changes Afoot to Tighten Campaign Finance Reporting Laws in Montana” by Mike Dennison for The Missoulian


Prosecutor: Perry veto forced an end to several cases” by Ross Ramsey and Reeve Hamilton for Texas Tribune

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