Every year, New Jersey lobbyists must submit their total expenditures, including salary and compensation, support personnel, communication expenses, and travel and lodging, as well as the total receipts from the lobbying efforts for the represented entities. These numbers, which are accessible to the public via the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission’s website (ELEC), help monitor and provide accountability for the integrity of campaign and legislative finances in New Jersey.
The summary of total receipts from represented entities showcases the total amount certain businesses and organizations spent on paying governmental affairs agents to influence legislation or communicate with the public. In 2017, Public Strategies Impact reported a total of $6.16 million in receipts from represented entities, putting us once again as the second top multi-client firm in New Jersey.
One of the reasons we are able to generate enough client receipts to be ranked second in New Jersey lobbying efforts is because we have a team of individuals who are politically well-connected, many of whom previously held government positions, and who specialize in a wide-range of arenas. With such vast diversity in our partners’ areas of expertise, we can tailor our government relations and public affairs services to meet the needs of nearly every organization.
Even though we represent all industries, some of our particular areas of expertise include: