The 2018 midterm elections are just around the corner and they are shaping up to be a historically unique political playing field, with more members of the US House of Representatives choosing not to seek re-election than at any time in the past quarter-century; Republican and Democratic candidates alike attempting to navigate a multitude of political tightropes in a public policy environment few would call stable; and a litany of first-time candidates shaking up the status quo in federal, state and local races across the country.

Our roadmap for corporate political engagement highlights many of the most common compliance pitfalls and summarizes key areas to monitor at the federal level, including rules applicable to PACs and Super PACs, candidate appearances on company grounds, volunteer political activity by employees, corporate jet usage, and much more.

Download Dentons' Roadmap for US corporate political engagement in the 2018 midterm elections

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