Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 7, 2020  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

New Jersey: “NJ Investigating Bergen Health Broker Records in Criminal Probe of Political Donations” by Terence McDonald for Bergen Record

Oregon: “Election 2020: Oregon’s Measure 107 would allow laws to limit campaign contributions” by Capi Lynn for Salem Statesman Journal


Florida: “Most Florida Felons Kept from Registering to Vote by Fines, Fees or Fears, Activists Say” by Lori Rozsa for Washington Post

North Carolina: “U.S. Senate Candidate Cal Cunningham Admits to Sexting with California Strategist” by Brian Murphy, Tara Copp, and Ames Alexander for Raleigh News and Observer


National: “Facebook Imposes Major New Restrictions on QAnon, Stepping Up Enforcement Against the Conspiracy Theory” by Craig Timberg and Isaac Stanley-Becker (Washington Post) for MSN

Delaware: “Fittingly, Supreme Court Term Starts with Test of Political Affiliations for Judges” by Robert Barnes for Washington Post

New Mexico: “New Mexico State Ethics Commission Urged to Reform Candidate Finance Reports” by Robert Knott for Santa Fe New Mexican

New York: “NYC Council Expels Andy King Over Latest Harassment, Ethics Violations” by Stephen Rex Brown and Shant Shahrigian (New York Daily News) for MSN


West Virginia: “WV State Ed Official Urged SAT Seller to Hire Former GOP Chairman to ‘Neutralize’ ACT Lobbyist” by Ryan Quinn for Charleston Gazette-Mail

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