Political Clients

New York State Assemblymember Jonathan L. Bing   

Jonathan was first elected to the Assembly in November 2002 from the 73rd Assembly District in Manhattan. The 73rd A.D. includes the Upper East Side, East Midtown, Sutton Place and Turtle Bay communities.

Senator Barbara Boxer

A forceful advocate for families, children, consumers, the environment, and her State of California, Barbara Boxer became a United States Senator in January 1993 after 10 years of service in the House of Representatives. She was elected to a second six-year term in 1998.

New York City Council Member Gale A. Brewer

Gale A. Brewer has been representing the Upper West Side and Clinton neighborhoods in the New York City Council since January 1, 2002. Gale's service in the Council is a continuation of nearly 30 years of dedication to making New York a better place to live. She has wide-ranging public, nonprofit, and private-sector experience, and has served in key positions of leadership, management, and advocacy in city and state government, and in community-based organizations.

Congressman Joe Crowley

Congressman Joseph Crowley was first elected to Congress in 1998 and is serving his sixth term representing New York’s 7th Congressional District. The 7th district includes parts of the Bronx and Queens.

Congressman Artur Davis

U.S. Representative Artur Davis was reelected in 2008 to serve his fourth term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He represents Alabama’s Seventh Congressional District, a twelve county area that spans from Birmingham and Tuscaloosa to the Black Belt.

Congressman Eliot Engel

US Congressman from the Bronx who represents the 17th Congressional District of New York. Engel was re-elected to his 10th term with the House of Representatives in 2006.

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

Kirsten Gillibrand was sworn in as New York’s Junior Senator on January 27th, 2009, replacing current Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton. Prior to her appointment to the U.S. Senate, Gillibrand served in the U.S. House of Representatives representing New York’s 20th Congressional District, which spans across ten counties in Upstate New York.

Congresswoman Jane Harman

Recognized by her colleagues and the national media as an authoritative voice on counterterrorism, homeland security and intelligence matters, Jane Harman has represented California's 36th Congressional district in Los Angeles' South Bay since 1992.

Congressman Maurice Hinchey

Maurice D. Hinchey is a progressive Democrat representing New York's 22nd Congressional District, which spans eight counties from the Hudson Valley to the Finger Lakes region.  Now serving in his ninth term in the U.S. House of Representatives, Hinchey is a member of the powerful House Appropriations Committee, which allocates funds in the federal budget

Senator Mary Landrieu

Mary L. Landrieu has been fighting for Louisiana since she was first elected to the Louisiana state legislature at the age of 23.  The first woman from Louisiana elected to a full term in the U.S. Senate, in 1996, she is the state’s senior senator, an Appropriations Committee member and has been ranked by the nonpartisan Congress.org as the tenth most effective legislator in the Senate.

Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy

United States Representative Carolyn McCarthy is currently serving her 6th term representing Long Island's 4th Congressional District. First elected in 1996, Carolyn has served Long Island for over 10 years.

New York State Assembly Member Linda Rosenthal

Assemblymember Linda B. Rosenthal represents the 67th Assembly District, which includes the Upper West Side and parts of Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen in Manhattan.

Senator Debbie Stabenow

Born and raised in Michigan, Senator United States Senator Debbie Stabenow knows what matters to Michigan. She made history in 2000 when she became the first woman from the State of Michigan elected to the United States Senate.

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer

Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer has devoted his entire career to community and public service since his appointment, at age 17, to his local Community Board. As a member of the Assembly, Scott was a leading reformer and advocate for New York’s working families. Scott was elected Borough President with the support of a broad coalition of community leaders and elected officials across Manhattan. In endorsing his candidacy, The New York Times credited him with having “a sterling reputation as a catalyst for reform."