June 25, 2014 •
Wednesday Government Relations News
“From Milwaukee to Milan, Uber’s Battles Are Mostly Local” by Tom Curry in Roll Call.
Texas: “State regulators set for conservative activist’s lobbying trial” by David Saleh Rauf in the Houston Chronicle.
“Senate Dems float campaign finance bill” by Byron Tau in Politico.
“Democrats Reintroduce DISCLOSE Act” by Eliza Newlin Carney in Roll Call.
“Kenneth Vogel on Campaign Finance” video on C-SPAN.
“Millionaires Keep Shoveling Money Into Politics” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.
“California Lawmakers Back Amendment Overturning Citizens United” by Mollie Reilly in The Huffington Post.
North Carolina: “House OKs bill allowing more electronic filings” by The Associated Press in WWAY ABC News.
Wisconsin: “State lawmakers collect most money from outside spenders” by Adam Rodewald in the Green Bay Press Gazette.
California: “California Senate panel shelves GOP ethics bill” by Patrick McGreevy in the Los Angeles Times.
“Live election results: June 24” in The Washington Post.
“Election night: Key House primaries” by Steven Shepard, Elizabeth Titus and Tarini Parti in Politico.
Colorado: “2014 Colorado primary election results” on ABC News Denver.
Maryland: “Brown, Hogan win gubernatorial nominations; Democrat Frosh wins attorney general contest” by John Wagner and Jenna Johnson in The Washington Post.
“2014 Maryland Primary Election results” on WBAL TV News.
Mississippi: “Inside the Thad Cochran comeback” by Alexander Burns in Politico.
New York: “Charles Rangel leads; Adriano Espaillat won’t concede” by A;ex Isenstadt in Politico.
New York: “Tea Party doesn’t sway New York GOP voters in primary” by David Robinson in the Albany Business Review.
Oklahoma: “Tuesday’s Election Results” in Tulsa World.
Government Tech and Social Media
“NCSL Launches Elections Administration Research Database” by Michael D. Hernandez on The NCSL Blog.
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