Marc Lampkin and Al Mottur Earn Spot on The Hill’s Top Lobbyist List
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Marc Lampkin and Al Mottur Earn Spot on The Hill’s Top Lobbyist List

December 18, 2018

The bipartisan team of Marc Lampkin and Al Mottur are listed among the most influential lobbyists in D.C. by The Hill.

In its 2018 Top Lobbyist list, the publication highlights the most distinguished and accomplished professionals from the influence world who are on the front lines of the nation’s most consequential political and policy battles.

Marc Lampkin, managing partner of Brownstein's Washington, D.C., office and chair of the government relations department, has been included in The Hill’s list since 2011. A leading Republican lobbyist and seasoned strategist, Marc brings veteran campaign, public policy and legislative strategy experience to his clients. He has a unique understanding of all aspects of policy development, public opinion, communications and the legislative process—and how they influence and impact each other. Marc’s years on Capitol Hill, his extensive relationships with administration officials and staffers on both sides of the aisle, at policy think tanks, trade associations and with the media have led to unofficial advisor roles for numerous members of Congress, cabinet officials and other leading Washington policymakers.

Al Mottur is recognized in Washington as a top Democratic strategist and lobbyist and has also been included in The Hill’s list since 2011. Al is well-known for his extensive experience in telecommunications policy in Congress and at the Federal Communications Commission. He has helped numerous major corporations develop and execute complex public policy advocacy strategies in Congress and in many executive branch agencies, including the FCC, the FTC and the Department of Agriculture. Al was also a member of Hillary Clinton’s National Finance Committee. He is a regular contributor to Fox News and has appeared on CNBC.

Click here to learn more about Brownstein’s Government Relations practice. Click here to read the entire story in The Hill.

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