Government relations for progressive causes

Here’s what we can do best for you

As a full-service government relations consulting firm, we can help you in all aspects of your advocacy agenda, from formulating strategic campaign plans to getting media hits and more. These are some of the areas in which we specialize:  


Consulting on political and policy developments and determining avenues for advocacy. Utilize our experience on Capitol Hill to assess political openings and opportunities for your organization to advance its legislative and policy agenda. Get expert advice on congressional targeting, cultivating Capitol Hill champions, and influencing the legislative process. Sign up for bill tracking and Congressional social media monitoring with individualized analysis.


Providing written communications to advance policy objectives. Utilize our high-caliber writing to mobilize your grassroots to take action and to provide Congressional offices with convincing information and analysis to win them to your cause. From policy papers to vote recommendations to one-pagers, all written communications to Capitol Hill will be delivered to precise Congressional targets with  guaranteed deliverability. 


Advancing policy goals through direct lobbying. We’ve briefed Members of Congress and their staffs hundreds of times and have developed the nuance and discernment to know how to effectively navigate Capitol Hill. Utilize our rich experience in communications to set up direct lobbying meetings with Congressional targets and represent your organization’s policy positions on Capitol Hill.


Educating the public with dynamic policy resources. Utilize our experience creating lasting, educational resources to empower your grassroots supporters, energize your donors, and inform Members of Congress. These types of resources include backgrounders, Congressional report cards, and interactive data visualization projects to illustrate the impacts of governmental budgetary allocations.

Let’s work together.


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