Tuesday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 11, 2012  •  

Tuesday News Roundup

campaign finance and lobbyingLobbying

ALEC Finds New Friends” by Janie Lorber in Roll Call.

Arizona: “Ex-Fiesta Bowl lobbyist takes plea deal in probe” by Craig Harris in the Arizona Republic.

Campaign Finance

Appeals court upholds Illinois campaign disclosure law” by Nate Raymond (Reuters) in the Chicago Tribune.

Minnesota: “Minnesota to keep enforcing campaign disclosure law; federal judge called part of it ‘onerous’” by Martiga Lohn (Associated Press) in the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Nonstop Fundraising Stretch Starts” by Kate Ackley in Roll Call.

Rahm Emanuel suspends super PAC fundraising” by Kenneth P. Vogel in Politico.

Shop Talk: Celebrating Campaign Women” by Kyle Trygstad in Roll Call.

Look-alike sites funnel big money to mystery PAC” by Shaqne Goldmacher in NextGov.

Corporate Contributions and Disclosure” editorial in the New York Times.

Social Media

Twitter adopts new targeting method for advertisers” by Steve Friess in Politico.

Cementing social media’s place in the campaign world” in Campaigns & Elections.

Social-Media Insights Inspired By Barack Obama, America’s First Truly Social President” by Amber Mac in Fast Company.

Nine Tech Tips for Starting a New Government Job” by Mark Micheli in Government Executive.

Social Media Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Government Career” by Mark Malseed in OhMyGov!

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