But the Trump administration is defending her loudly and it's unlikely she'll face any real-world consequences.
The president and vice president are exempt from the law, but their employees are not.
Brendan Fischer, a staff attorney at the Campaign Legal Center, told NBC News last month that Conway violated the act because she was "using her official authority to influence an election".
UN Investigators Urge Russia, US To Probe Deadly Syria Air Strikes
Zolotukhin said anti-government fighters and their families are being allowed passage during certain hours in the daytime. Government forces open a Russian-backed campaign against Eastern Ghouta with more than 260 rockets and intense air raids.
While the debate over Comey's actions and cases like Conway's receive the lion's share of attention, the act is a routine boundary for rank-and-file government employees, who have to follow specific protocols to keep political beliefs from being perceived to affect the performance of the government.
Its official report states the two occasions Conway allegedly made the infractions: Once on CNN and once on "Fox & Friends".
But, in an unprecedented move, the White House has denied that Conway engaged in any political advocacy.
White House aide Kellyanne Conway on Tuesday became the latest of President Donald Trump's top employees to receive an official reprimand for violating the Hatch Act, a 1939 law that seeks to keep government functions nonpartisan.
"I'm telling you, we want the votes in the Senate to get this tax bill through", she concluded, seeming to catch herself after a host directly asked if she was urging viewers to vote for Moore. In the second interview, she advocated for the defeat of one Senate candidate and the election of another candidate.
United States stocks close sharply lower on rate worries
European markets closed mostly lower: London's FTSE 0.1 per cent, Paris closed flat and Frankfurt was 0.3 per cent lower. On Tuesday, Powell gave an upbeat view on the USA economy and said data had strengthened his confidence on inflation.
The White House, however, refutes the report.
Democratic members of the House intelligence committee said they would be interested in interviewing Mr Nunberg.
Conway, who served as Trump's campaign manager before taking on her role as White House senior counselor, has previously run afoul of Shaub and other presidential ethics experts who criticized her for publicly endorsing the clothing and jewelry line sold by Trump's daughter and White House adviser Ivanka Trump.
The OSC referred the matter to the president for "consideration of appropriate disciplinary action".
Ex-Russian Spy Critically Ill After 'Unknown Substance' Exposure
A&E Staff were evacuated to a nearby building to establish a triage centre while the facility was closed for decontamination. He and a woman, 33, were found unconscious in a shopping center in Salisbury, south-west England, on Sunday.
- INX Media Case: Court extends judicial custody of Indrani Mukherjea
- Aldon Smith turns self in, makes bail, following SF domestic-violence charges
- US announces $533m for Nigeria, others as Tillerson begins Africa tour
- West Virginia legislators rush to compromise, end teachers strike
- Meghan Markle Had A Secret Bachelorette Party & Didn't Invite Kate Middleton
- Porsche takes more rugged ground with the Mission E Cross Turismo
- Hunterdon Central Students Plan Walk-Out Protest
- What Mourinho told Manchester United players at half time against Palace
- Happy International Women's Day - Here's The Official Theme
- Russia Services Growth Quickens In February