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What is the Role of a Texas Lobbyist?

The role of a Texas lobbyist can vary depending on the needs of your organization or corporation. Generally, a lobbyist can represent your interests when speaking with legislators and policymakers, keep you informed of the government and regulatory happenings that impact you, and advise you on how to position yourself to reach your desired outcomes. A skilled lobbyist can provide long-term and "big picture" advice to your organization, and we can also take care of all of the little details that make up the "big picture," such as:

  • Reviewing and identifying bills introduced to Texas legislature that may have an impact on you
  • Meeting with legislators and administrative agencies to discuss your goals, views, and interests
  • Advising you on the best course of action when amendments are made to bills of interest to you
  • Keeping you abreast of any changes or news that may affect your position or needs
  • Building a relationship with allied interest groups
  • Identifying potential complications as they arise
  • Creating a clear action plan when you need to influence a decision
  • Keeping you abreast of news and changes as a bill of interest moves through the legislative or administrative process
  • Drafting letters to the various parties involved and making sure your voice is heard regarding your concerns

A Texas lobbyist should be reliable, personable, and ready to take action when your corporation or state-based association needs help with:

  • Texas Government Relations
  • Texas Based Policy Development
  • Strategic Counsel
  • Public Affairs
  • Stakeholder Involvement
  • Administrative/Regulatory Law in Texas

At the Posey Law Firm, our Texas lobbyists understand that every organization's needs are different, and we strive to provide personal and competent service, so that you can be in the best tactical position to accomplish your legislative goals.

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