superlobbyist

superlobbyist

(ˈsuːpəˌlɒbɪɪst)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics US someone who lobbies on behalf of another
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But the new documentary from director Alex Gibney (Taxi to the Dark Side) portrays the rise and fall of the right-wing superlobbyist as a colorful prologue to the new era of unrestricted corporate campaign cash.
See also PETER STONE, HEIST: SUPERLOBBYIST JACK ABRAMOFF, HIS REPUBLICAN ALLIES, AND THE BUYING OF WASHINGTON (2006).
ED DUPONT: The superlobbyist and former Senate president is elected chair of the University System of New Hampshire board of trustees.
Bush in 2002 after he started investigating the superlobbyist Jack Abramoff.
Among those who helped promote the kingdom were Spiro Agnew, who after he resigned as Nixon's Vice President served as a middleman for US firms looking to invest in Saudi Arabia; Robert Gray, the superlobbyist who served as director of communications for the first Reagan/Bush campaign; and a number of retired CIA officials including Raymond Close, a former station chief in Riyadh.
Measuring his words carefully, superlobbyist Chip Kahn says, "I have a feeling that some people downtown may have spoken to that reporter.
Less turnover means that longstanding relationships with Entergy superlobbyist Cecil Alexander are valuable.
In his regular booth at Frank Fats at lunchtime (and in an interview later in his high-rise office), superlobbyist George Steffes, one of the most powerful lobbyists in Sacramento, first traded friendly insults with the chef and then mulled over the effects of term limitations.
Bush), disgraced superlobbyist Jack Abramoff stood before a congressional committee investigating his ethics and took the Fifth.
He is a registered foreign agent for the government of Bermuda and a superlobbyist.
Following Kennard's plea, Murdoch lobbyist Peggy Binzel began talks with at least eight minority advocates, including, sources say, Antoinette Cook Bush, a telecommunications lobbyist at the firm of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flora (and stepdaughter of superlobbyist Vernon Jordan); David Honig, who works with Jesse Jackson's Rainbow/PUSH coalition but is said to be representing the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council in the talks; Jim Winston of the National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters; John Oxendine, president of Broadcast Capital Fund; and Tom Hart, a telecommunications lawyer at Shook, Hardy and Bacon who works with the Telecommunications Advocacy Project.