Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 3, 2020  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “How ActBlue Has Transformed Democratic Politics” by Elena Schneider for Politico

National: “Florida Businessman Pleads Guilty in Fraud Case Involving Giuliani Associates” by Josh Gerstein for Politico

National: “A Government Watchdog Says White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows Spent Campaign Funds on Personal Expenditures” by Yelena Dzhanova for Business Insider

Kansas: “Kansas State Parties Didn’t Disclose Which Candidates They’re Backing and Attacking” by Chance Swaim for Wichita Eagle

Oregon: “Portland Man Files Complaint to Enforce Oregon’s 2006 Campaign Contribution Limits” by Hillary Borrud (Portland Oregonian) for Spokane Spokesman-Review

Wisconsin: “Wisconsin Republican Party Says Hackers Stole $2.3 Million” by Scott Bauer (Associated Press) for Yahoo News


National: “Supreme Court Moves in Pennsylvania and North Carolina Set Up Potential Post-Election Court Fight Over Mail-In Ballots” by Jeremy Herb for CNN


New York: “State Elections Commissioner Held Another Role: Political party official” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Texas: “City Ethics Commission Wrestles with Access During Pandemic” by Elizabeth Pagano for Austin Monitor


Indiana: “Indiana’s Speaker of the House Is Registered as a Lobbyist in New York City” by Adam Wren for Indianapolis Monthly

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