During election season, most people expect to find political email in their inbox. But government workers are well advised to exercise big-time caution before hitting “forward.” A law prohibiting political activities by civil servants can catch even the most innocuous-seeming behavior. Explore the Hatch Act — trying to draw the line between the work place and party politics.


  • Ana Galindo-Marrone Chief of the Hatch Act Unit, Office of Special Counsel
  • William L. Bransford Partner, Shaw, Bransford, Veilleux & Roth, P.C.; General Counsel, Senior Executives Association

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