BGR Views: Election Outlook for Governors and States Attorneys General
October 28, 2020
Developing and executing successful advocacy campaigns
Governors, state legislatures and attorneys general
Loren Monroe, a Principal at BGR Group and the Head of the firm’s State & Local Practice, has more than 20 years of experience in Washington’s political, business and public policy arenas. He is a member of the Executive Board and one of the firm’s spokesmen.
Loren helps provide clients at the state and federal levels achieve policy solutions and secure business opportunities in Washington and state capitals across the country through direct lobbying before Congress, governors and attorneys general.
Loren leads BGR’s State Advocacy and Appropriations practice while providing strategic advice to the firm’s entire roster of clients at all levels of government. He is skilled at helping clients align federal and state advocacy strategies including persuading state and local leaders to support federal priorities. He also helps clients to secure grants and appropriations from federal and state agencies.
During his time at BGR, Loren has lobbied for a diverse roster of clients in the health, financial services, technology, international and energy arenas. Due to the quality of service and results that are consistently delivered, Loren has represented many of his clients in excess of 15 years. He is consistently named one of Washington’s top lobbyists by The Hill newspaper.
Prior to joining BGR, Loren was a business development coordinator for Washington, D.C., public affairs firm Cassidy & Associates. He began his career in Washington serving on the legislative staff of former Senator Pete Domenici (R-NM) when he served as Chairman of the Budget Committee and as a senior member of the Appropriations Committee.
Loren currently serves on the Finance Committees of the Republican Governors Association, the Republican State Leadership Committee and the Republican Attorneys General Association.
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