Sacramento’s leading political publication CalMatters predicts a shake up in the Capitol’s policy-making dynamic next year with 33 new legislators.
The COVID-19 crisis is creating unique challenges and opportunities for those in the Capitol community.
Even while the Legislature is away, the work of governing continues. Our leaders and their staff are wrestling with weighty life-and-death policy matters that impact millions of Californians. Now more than ever, policymakers need timely, accurate and helpful guidance in order to make informed decisions. Over the past two years, we have invested significant time and resources building capacity to communicate with the Capitol community digitally. Private emails, cell phones, social media accounts, Google ads, and websites give us the ability to reach legislators and staff who are now scattered around the state working remotely.
We respect, admire and appreciate all of you who continue to advocate for the people of California during these difficult times. During the weeks and months ahead, we look forward to helping you in a number of ways, including supplementing your lobbying efforts with digital advocacy, helping you build your own e-advocacy platform, or working with you on individual plans for clients.
We appreciate all of you who have been helpful in building our business. Please let us know how we can best help you during this unique and challenging time.
Learn more about the digital advocacy services you can offer your clients. Click here.