November 6, 2012 •
Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News
Don’t miss the articles you need to keep up with the latest news about lobbying, campaign finance, and elections:
“Outside Spending Defines Elections” by Eliza Newlin Carney in Roll Call.
California: “California’s 11th-hour, $11 million campaign finance uproar” by Alexander Burns in Politico.
California: “California watchdog only half-way to bottom of Arizona donation” by Peter Henderson (Reuters) in the Chicago Tribune.
Maine: “Ethics Commission Rules a Republican Candidate Violated State Election Law” by The Associated Press in WABI News.
“2 firms unite in Capitol lobbying” by Mary Jo Pitzl in the Arizona Republic.
“Campaigns use secretive ethics process as weapon against opponents” by Jordy Yager in The Hill.
Campaigns and Elections
“One Final Preview of the Election” by Meagan Dorsch in NCSL’s The Thicket.
“5 Unforgettable Social Media Election Moments” by Juliet Barbara in Forbes.
“How to cut through social media noise on Election Night” by Jenna Sakwa on CBS News.
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