September 10, 2014 •
Wednesday Government Relations News
“Lobbying World” in The Hill.
“Inside NFL’s lobbyist draft drama” by Anna Palmer and John Bresnahan in Politico.
“Jim Nussle lands credit union job” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.
“These 2 Billionaires Spend More on Lobbying for Their Pet Issues Than Most Industries” by Tess VandenDolder in InTheCapital.
“Former Sen. John Breaux says he and Trent Lott are not lobbying for Russian bank” by Bruce Alpert in the Times-Picayune.
“Lobbyists ‘who know what’s good for them’ lose ball game to lawmakers” by Crystal Hill in The Hill.
Arizona: “Clean Elections chief: Horne broke campaign law” by Bob Christie (Associated Press) in the Arizona Daily Sun.
Maryland: “Maryland Democratic Party targets use of campaign bus by GOP’s Hogan” by John Wagner in The Washington Post.
Wisconsin: “Wisconsin prosecutors seek ruling to restart campaign finance probe” by Brendan O’Brien and Mary Wisniewski in Reuters.
Ohio: “Senate ethics allegations stir prosecutor’s interest” by Jeremy Pelzer in the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Virginia: “Va. voters agree with McDonnells’ guilty verdict, want stronger ethics laws, poll finds” by Jenna Portnoy in The Washington Post.
Virginia: “Top Virginia lawmakers back stiffer ethics law after ex-governor’s conviction” by Gary Robertson in Reuters.
“2014 Election Primary Results” in Politico.
“2014 Governors Races: The Tossups” by Louis Jacobson in Governing.
“2014 Governors Races: Where Republicans Are Likely to Win” by Louis Jacobson in Governing.
“2014 Governors Races: Where Democrats Are Likely to Win” by Louis Jacobson in Governing.
“Scott Brown cruises in NH Senate primary” by Alexandra Jaffe in The Hill.
Missouri: “Missouri Veto Session starts today in Jefferson City” by Korey Johnson in the Daily Journal.
Nevada: “Sandoval issues proclamation, calls special session for Tesla deal” by Laura Myers in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Tech and Social Media
“Breaking Government’s Cloud Procurement Gridlock” by Brian Heaton in Government Technology.
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