California Advocacy LLC

Legislative Advocacy and Public Affairs Solutions

We provide solutions to problems throughout the legislative, budget, and regulatory processes by providing strategic lobbying strategies.

California Advocacy represents clients before the legislature, regulatory agencies, the executive branch, and local governments throughout California. We leverage our experts in policy and politics to create impactful and comprehensive lobbying and public affairs solutions that drive results.

Knowledge & Experience

Lobbying

We engage community stakeholders and elected officials to create positive outcomes for our clients.

State Budget and Advocacy Procurement

We succeed in getting additional funding for clients during state budgetary actions.

Community Outreach

We develop public outreach campaigns for unique demographics our clients are trying to reach.

Ballot Measure Campaigns

We design, manage and implement direct mail programs at the local, state and federal levels.

Media Relations

We plan and execute essential media and public relations services for our clients.

Local Government

We work with local government officials throughout California to ensure support for client needs.

Our Clients

Our clients include some of California’s most recognized organizations.

*Partial list.

Recent Victories

California Advocacy’s team of experts work hard to ensure that clients’ needs are met in the state legislative and budgetary processes. In fact, in the 2021-22 legislative cycle, we have secured:

CALIFORNIA'S PORTS

$2 Billion

NON-PROFIT FUNDING

$45 MILLION

CITY PROJECTS

$28 MILLION

  1. $15 million awarded to Unseen Latinas at UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Institute for research, policy creation, and civic engagement for Latinas;
  2. $15 million for Homeboy Industries to build Hope Kitchen, which will serve as a training facility for formerly incarcerated individuals;
  3. $20 million for CHIRLA to acquire a facility for their main headquarters
  4. $5 million for the Farmworker Institute of Education and Leadership Development
  5. $26.9 million to build a community center in the City of Alhambra and integrate WIFI at a local park
  6. $2 million for a sewage system for the City of Montebello
  7. $110 million to build a job training center for port workers at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach
  8. $1.2 billion for port infrastructure
  9. $740 million for port equipment
  10. $30 million for a data system at the ports
*Partial list of accomplishments
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