3.17.20 political law links

PAC DONE. CNBC. “Joe Biden’s recent string of primary victories appears to have satisfied wealthy donors who were discussing the creation of a super PAC aimed at pushing Sen. Bernie Sanders out of the race.”

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN FUND BALANCE. FEC. The latest balance in the fund is $361,356,430.

GLOBAL PANDEMIC, REPORTS DUE. FEC. “Monthly filers have a report due, Friday, March 20, covering the month of February.”

STATES MAKE COVID-19 MOVES. NCSL. “NCSL is monitoring the evolving situation with COVID-19 and the anticipated effect on elections.

AZ: VIRUS IMPACT. AZC. “Outlaw Dirty Money has until July 2 to collect 356,467 signatures of registered Arizona voters to make the November ballot.”

IN: NEW LAW. INT. “A Northwest Indiana legislator’s plan to improve transparency by allowing county election boards to accept electronic campaign finance filings has been signed into law by Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb.”

NY: UPENDED. NYDN. “Congratulations to WFP lawyer Richard Brodsky and Conservative Party lawyer William Savino for convincing Niagara County state Supreme Court Justice Ralph Boniello that the Public Campaign Financing and Election Commission is a dead letter, along with all of its binding recommendations that became law in December.”

OH: DELAY AFTER ALL. CINN. “It’s not Election Day after all in Ohio, where a chaotic night gave way to closed polls and more uncertainty Tuesday morning.”

WA: STATEMENT ISSUED. IFO. “Grant County Prosecutor Garth Dano, the subject of a 2014 political mailer that led to a former Grant County Judge to be fined $230,000 for violating state campaign finance laws, has issued a statement criticizing a response from Moberg’s attorney.”

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