Have a great Friday, here are today’s political law links w/#natitude

HOUSE BLITZ.  Roll Call.  “The juggernaut GOP-affiliated group Crossroads GPS will soon announce a massive $8.1 million television and radio effort for House Republicans slated to begin Saturday and run for three weeks.”

CALL FOR PROBE.  The Hill.  “Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday demanding an investigation into online campaign contributions to the president’s reelection campaign.”

FILING TIP.  FEC.  “Reminder: Quarterly reports are due Monday, October 15.”

HIDDEN VIDEO STAFFER UPDATE.  DC.  “The Democratic National Committee has terminated the employment of Houston, Texas, Organizing For America Regional Field Director Stephanie Caballero after she was caught on camera calling voter fraud ‘cool’ and ‘so funny’ while advising a presumably-liberal voter how to vote twice.”

OH: ASSESSING THE CAMPAIGN FINANCE SYSTEM.  Story here.  “The system for monitoring campaign spending in Ohio relies on honesty, which can make it challenging to pick out bad apples.”

VT:  SUPER PAC PROTEST.  Story here.  “A small crowd of protestors funneled through the streets of Burlington’s old north end on Tuesday, heading to the Henry Street home of Lenore Broughton, who has backed Vermonters First, a Super PAC.”

WI:  PLEAThe Times.  “A former top aide to Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin pleaded guilty to one count of felony misconduct in public office in a deal with prosecutors Thursday, a week after Mr. Walker was subpoenaed to testify at the trial.”

ISRAEL:  FOREIGN DONORS.  Haaretz.  “More than half of the contributions to politicians in the past two years – 53 percent of the NIS 13 million – came from people who live overseas, cannot vote in Israel and are not directly impacted by the elected officials’ decisions, Haaretz has found.”


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