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Princeton Public Affairs Group tops receipts list of contract lobbying firms for 16th year

By David Wildstein, March 04 2019 12:50 pm

Princeton Public Affairs Group has the top receipts for a multi-client contract lobbying firm for the 16th consecutive year.

PPAG reported receipts of $9,144,770 for 2018, followed by Public Strategies Impact with $7,184,927.

The receipts reported for contract lobbyists ought not be confused with total revenues of a lobbying firm, much of which are not subject to reporting requirements.

The rest of the top ten: Cammarano, Layton & Bombardieri Partners ($3,164,924); Kaufman Zita Group ($2,890,239); MBI Gluck Shaw ($2,838,255); Gibbons PC ($2,441,877); Optimus Partners ($2,207,850); Capital Impact Group $1,637,182); Advocacy & Management ($1,502,290) and Komjathy & Kean ($1,236,063).

MBI Gluck Shaw dropped from third to fifth, and Riker Danzig dropped off the top ten list entirely.

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