With Republicans in control of the House, Senate and White House, expect a dramatic change in the Washington, D.C. PR landscape. "Clearly every public affairs program directed at Congress needs to be reassessed now that the political ground has shifted," notes Jon Haber, SVP and partner with Fleishman-Hillard's Washington office. Haber also says organizations will have to push harder to make their voices heard in the government relations and public affairs arenas. "Every interest is now writing their Christmas list of what they want next year from Congress and the White House." (Haber, email@example.com)
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