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Audrey Perry Martin
Works at Bell McAndrews and Hiltachk
Attended Georgetown University Law Center
Lives in Sacramento, CA
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Donald Trump is Not Listed on Minnesota Ballot - but he has until Monday to file...
Another overblown media story about Donald Trump... According to the same page, Trump, as a major party candidate, has until August 29 to file. The failure of the Minnesota GOP to put Trump on the ballot was noted by Medium’s Michale Brodkorb who posted abo...
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Apparently the FEC no longer thinks it is funny when you list "Donald Duck" as your PAC treasurer.
The new procedure comes in response to an increase this election cycle in the filing of registration and statement of candidacy forms (FEC Forms 1 and 2) that provide patently false candidate or treasurer names, questionable contact or bank information, or ...
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Convention Delegates Win Settlement in Against FEC
The Commission shall not enforce 52 U.S.C. § 30118, as well as any implementing regulations, against Plaintiffs with regard to the monetary contributions described in Plaintiffs' complaint made by MCFL corporations to delegates to a national nominating conv...
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UNIFORMITY IN VOTING SYSTEMS: LOOKING AT THE CRAZY QUILT OF ELECTION TECHNOLOGY
Things for Legislators to Consider: What is meant by a uniform system and is it a desirable attribute in your state? In some cases the state taking a more central role in the election administration process may be appreciated; in others it may not be. Would...
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Trump’s victory is leading to lunacy in high places - The Washington Post
Trump’s victory is leading to lunacy in high places - The Washington Post Above all, they detest weakness in themselves and others. The country, in their view, has grown soft and feeble. Their opponents are losers, lacking in energy. Rather than despising b...
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Trump will certainly get the 1237 delegates he needs to win the first ballot at the Convention
Trump currently has about 1,053 delegates of the 1,237 he
needs to win the nomination outright. 
Republicans are still scheduled to vote in primary elections in
California, Montana, New Jersey, New 
Mexico, South Dakota, Washington, Oregon, West Virginia an...
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Campaign Finance and Election Law Attorney
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  • Bell McAndrews and Hiltachk
    Campaign Finance and Election Law Attorney, 2011 - present
  • Steve Poizner for Governor 2010
    Deputy Campaign Manager, 2009 - 2010
  • McCain Palin 2008
    Counsel, 2008
  • Romney for President
    Deputy General Counsel, 2007 - 2008
  • Caplin & Drysdale
    Attorney
  • US House of Representatives: Committee on House Admin
    Counsel
  • Federal Election Commission
    Law Clerk
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Sacramento, CA
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Washington, DC - Boston, MA - San Francisco, CA - Provo, Utah - London, England - Las Vegas, Nevada - New Haven, CT - State College, PA - Rocklin, CA
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Campaign Finance and Election Law Attorney
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Ms. Perry is a conservative attorney who specializes in campaign finance and election law. She currently works for the Sacramento political activity law firm Bell, McAndrews and Hiltachk. Previously, she worked as Deputy Campaign Manager and General Counsel for Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner's California Gubernatorial race. Before that, she was FEC Counsel for McCain-Palin 2008 and was Deputy General Counsel for Romney for President. Ms. Perry is very active on social media and frequently posts about current political law issues on her blog, www.legallypolitical.com.  Ms. Perry's legal practice consists of advising corporate, non-profit and campaign clients on: -Federal and state campaign finance laws -Lobbying disclosure -Government ethics laws -Public official financial disclosure -Fundraising strategy -Campaign administration, operations and accounting -Ballot access -Election Day operations -Delegate selection rules -Advertising, direct mail, robo-call and other public communications compliance -Political convention rules and operations. She previously worked as legal counsel to the Committee on House Administration of the U.S. House of Representatives where she focused on issues such as HAVA implementation, election integrity, congressional ethics, and campaign finance. Ms. Perry worked at the Federal Election Commission as law clerk to Commissioner Michael E. Toner and at the DC law firm Caplin & Drysdale where she focused exclusively on campaign finance, election law and lobbying issues. She received her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center and a bachelor’s degree in political science and journalism from Brigham Young University.
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  • Georgetown University Law Center
  • Brigham Young University
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Audrey Martin, Audrey Perry, Audrey L Perry, Audrey Lee Perry
Not kid friendly My husband, three young kids and I showed up at this hotel after spending three days at Disneyland. We were dirty. We were tired. My three year old was sick and crying. We got stuck in traffic and we just wanted a room to go to bed in. Our room was mysteriously not ready at 7 pm when we checked in. The clerk was visibly disgusted by us and mentioned several times how much things cost... As though he expected we wouldn't be able to pay. When we got to our room, it was gross. There were literally brown spots on the white comforter- right on top of the bed. The beds were crumpled, it looked like someone had been in our room before us and switched rooms and the bedding hadn't been changed. The carpets were deep down dirty. The room overall was the level of grossness you expect from a cheap roadside motel, not a beachfront property in La Jolla that charges $20 a night for parking. I called to complain about the bedding and they sent someone up to change it on one bed. Then- when I went to bed after all my kids were finally asleep I realized all the bedding was feather. I should have checked. I had requested no feathers when I booked the room-but obviously they failed there too. I couldn't get new bedding without waking my kids, so I spent the night sucking on cough drops trying to calm my allergies so I didn't cough all night wake up my sick kid. Really, really not impressed. Construction noise starting at 7 am on Saturday morning literally ten feet outside our door. It was incredibly loud, and obviously woke everyone up. The noise was loud enough we had to actually leave the room- you couldn't stand to be in it. The clerk certainly never warned us about that. On the night of our second stay, I killed a huge spider that crawled on my daughters pillow while she was sleeping. We actually did complain at one point about these issues -- they offered us a free breakfast in their fancy restaurant. I wasn't about to take my kids into their restaurant after the glares we'd already received from the hotel staff. When we were leaving the hotel, it took the bellhop 45 minutes to come help us get our stuff. We asked the bellhop how long ago our call went through -- and he said he just heard about it 2 minutes earlier. The location is amazing. Right on the beach and blocks from great restaurants and shops. The beach is beautiful and the park next door to the hotel is great for kids. It is a shame the hotel is not kid friendly.
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