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Lobbyist Expenditures by Principals

Search all expenditures made by a principal as reported by the associated lobbyist making the expenditure. A lobbyist principal is any person, business entity, governmental entity, religious organization, nonprofit corporation or association who employs, contracts for pay, or otherwise compensates a lobbyist. Lobbyists are required to report expenditures on behalf of certain public officials.

Select the Report Year and Month from the drop-down lists to begin then limit search results by typing in Principal’s name (or portion of name), click Search to see results (may need to scroll down and/or disable pop-up blocker). Select View under Reported Expenses to see details of the expenditures made.

Step 1 - Select the Report Year and Month (required)
Report Year:
Report Month:
      
Step 2 - Limit your search by Principal Name (required)
Principal's Name:
      

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