Q. How do I find statistics about lobbying?
Answered By: Kathryn Ray Last Updated: Jan 03, 2019 Views: 29
Answered By: Kathryn Ray
Last Updated: Jan 03, 2019 Views: 29
First, take a look at these subscription databases:
Provides information to allow the tracking of the flow of money in U.S. politics. Includes over 25 years of data on political contributions. Information is taken from Federal Election Commission filings and other sources.
Contains tracking data for registered (and many unregistered) lobbysits, corporate employees engaged in government relations, PAC managers, general counsel, and more. All members of Congress, congressional committees, subcommittees and Hill staff are listed. Also includes detailed lobbying financials, including income and spending by firm and client, as well as PAC donations.
Also take a look at these websites: