Just about anyone could use a lobbyist. They represent almost every institution and interest group. Some examples would be:  businesses, charities, churches, corporations, colleges and universities, and local and state governments.

A lobbyist is someone hired by a business or cause to persuade legislators to support that business or cause.  They should have strong communication skills, knowledge of the legislative process, and good relationships with the legislative and executive branches
Lobbyists also do research and analyze legislation, attend hearings and educate elected officials and clients on important issues. They can also work to change public opinion through advertising campaigns. 

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Absolutely not, our services fit all types of organizations/companies, ranging from small companies to multi-national organizations. 

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We at Regola Consulting, LLC utilize our professional understanding of and relationships with the various branches of state government to achieve results for our clients. Having served in both local and state government and having built strong relationships with federal legislators, Regola Consulting strives to build long term relationships with our clients built on results and enhanced by trust and integrity. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

Who needs a lobbyist?

What is a lobbyist?

Does lobbying involve more than persuading legislators?

Do only large organizations need a lobbyist?

Why is Regola Consulting  the right choice?