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Types of Lobbying

Casual Lobbyist
Casual Lobbyist

A lobbyist is an activist who seeks to persuade members of the government (like members of Congress) to enact legislation that would benefit their group. The lobbying profession is a legitimate and integral part of our democratic political process that is not very well understood by the general population.

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Contract Lobbyist
Contract Lobbyist

“Lobbyist” means: (i) An individual who is employed and receives payments, or who contracts for economic consideration, including reimbursement for reasonable travel and living expenses, for the purpose of lobbying; (ii) An individual who represents a legislative or public official or public employee, or who represents a person ...

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Employee Lobbyist
Employee Lobbyist

This table provides definitions of lobbying and lobbyist in the 50 states and U.S. territories. ... “In-house lobbyist” means any employee, officer, director, ...

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Self-Employed Lobbyist
Self-Employed Lobbyist

Since 1995, the Lobbying Disclosure Act (LDA) has required individuals who are paid for lobbying at the federal level to register with the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House. Lobbying firms, self-employed lobbyists and organizations employing lobbyists must file regular reports of lobbying activity.

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Subcontractor
Subcontractor

A lobbyist – usually a contract lobbyist – may decide to subcontract out some of his or her lobbying duties to another lobbyist. The latter is the subcontract lobbyist. The principal lobbyist is the lobbyist employer.

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Unsalaried Lobbyist
Unsalaried Lobbyist

Unsalaried Lobbyist. One type of unsalaried lobbyist is a person who lobbies without compensation except for reimbursement of travel and personal expenses. It would not be unusual for a neighborhood association or other locally-based citizens group to have such a lobbyist.

source: pdc.wa.gov
Volunteer Lobbyist
Volunteer Lobbyist

A lobbyist is an activist who seeks to persuade members of the government (like members of Congress) to enact legislation that would benefit their group. The lobbying profession is a legitimate and integral part of our democratic political process that is not very well understood by the general population.

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