Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 4, 2019  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Pro-Trump PAC Paid Thousands to Firm Owned by Campaign Manager’s Wife” by Vicky Ward (CNN) for San Jose Mercury News

California: “After a PAC Donated $16,000 to an El Rancho Board Member’s Campaign, Its Controlling Officer Won a Contract” by Bradley Bermont for Whittier Daily News

Oregon: “Portland’s New Public Campaign Financing Software Faces Looming Deadlines” by Amelia Templeton for Oregon Public Broadcasting

Pennsylvania: “In Lieu of Flowers, Elect My Son” by Nicole Radzievich for Allentown Morning Call


Kentucky: “Top KY Democratic Consultant Was Targeted in FBI Probe. Candidates Still Hired Him.” by Daniel Desrochers for Lexington Herald-Leader


National: “Trump Encouraged Pence to Stay at Trump’s Own Golf Resort in Ireland, Far from Meeting Sites” by John Wagner, Robert Costa, and David Fahrenthold (Washington Post) for Anchorage Daily News

New York: “Fallout of Guilty Plea for Elected Officials Not Always Clear” by Brendan Lyons for Albany Times Union

Washington DC: “Corbett Price, Under Fire for Concealing Ethics Violation, Resigns from Metro Board” by Fenit Nirappil and Robert McCartney for Washington Post


National: “Vin Weber, Longtime Washington Lobbyist and Consultant, Resigns from Lobbying Firm” by Tom Hamburger (Washington Post) for Danbury News Times

National: “Biden Taps Influence Industry Despite Pledge on Lobbyists” by Brian Slodysko for AP News

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