Professional Lobbyists

Featured Feature: Professional System Client View

May 28, 2014

This week in our Featured Features we are going to highlight a great tool for Professional Lobbying firms that are tracking bills for multiple clients. The Professional Lobbyist version of…

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Advocacy in an Election Year – Part 2 – How Capitol Impact Advocacy Tools Can Help in an Election Year

May 13, 2014

As you think about how your organization will interact with state legislators in 2015 you have to have a plan for how to tackle the new problems that come up…

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Save Time on Your Weekly Legislative Reports

March 20, 2014

Which one of the three scenarios below describes your work process to create a weekly report on legislative activity? You are the lobbyist for an association and once a week…

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Overcome the Challenges of Being a Professional Lobbyist

February 13, 2014

Of all the professions to enter, the job of a professional lobbyist can be one of the most challenging. If you look at it from purely the revenue generating side,…

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Your State-Based Organization Needs More Than Just Your State's Legislation

August 2, 2013

Many organizations across the country utilize software to track legislation at their state capitol. Whether you are monitoring bills on behalf of an association, a state agency, or an institution…

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Why Do You Need Access to Legislation in All 50 States?

June 27, 2013

When you are a lobbyist focused on the issues in one state, the tendency is to focus only on bills that are introduced in your state; however, the truth is…

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What Should You Expect From a Legislative Tracking System?

June 19, 2013

Many organizations around the country track state and federal legislation during their respective legislative session. If your organization utilizes legislative tracking software to keep up to speed on the latest…

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Use Legislative Tracking Software to Grow Your Client List

June 13, 2013

Professional lobbying firms are always trying to attract new clients. Professional firms typically have two types of clients: regular clients return each year with reoccurring legislative issues, and organizations that…

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