THE HONORABLE DEBORAH PRYCE
“Pryce: The Peacemaker” 09/07/1997 | BusinessWeek.comDeborah Pryce’s legislative and leadership experience includes serving as a member of the United State House of Representatives for Ohio’s 15th congressional district from 1993-2009. From 2003-2005, she served as House Conference Chair, making her the highest-ranking Republican woman in the history of the U.S. House of Representatives. Deborah also served as Deputy Majority Whip Click here to read Deborah Pryce’s bio
AMY WREN Amy L. Wren brings over 13 years of public affairs experience to Clark Lytle Geduldig & Cranford, having served on Capitol Hill and in the Administration of President George W. Bush. Amy most recently served as Congressional Liaison Officer at the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), working with members of Congress and key Committees. Click here to read Amy Wren’s bio
“He was right.” 11/04/2009 | PolitickerNJ.comAdam Geller is the CEO of the Republican polling firm, National Research Inc and brings nearly two decades of high-level polling expertise to Clark Lytle Geduldig & Cranford. Most recently, Geller served as the pollster for one of the most watched and analyzed races of the 2009 political season, the successful campaign of New Jersey Governor-elect Christopher J. Christie. National Research has earned praise over the past several cycles for accuracy and their client’s success. Click here to read Adam Geller’s bio
- 01/03/13 | Roll Call Clark, Lytle Adds New Partner The all-Republican lobby shop Clark Lytle Geduldig & Cranford, which has grown dramatically in recent years, is adding a new partner to kick off the new year.
- 10/31/12 | The Hill The Hill's 2012 Top Lobbyists 2012 hasn’t been the best year for K Street, but it’s too soon to call it a bust. A divided government and the demands of campaigning have kept Congress in low gear depressing revenue at lobby shops and leaving trade associations...
- 10/05/11 | The Hill Top Lobbyists: Hired Guns The Hill's list of the stars of Washington's "downtown" firms. Sam Geduldig, Clark Lytle Geduldig & Cranford. The former House Republican leadership aide has seen a business boom at his firm since the GOP takeover of the lower chamber.
- 10/03/11 | National Journal Clark, Lytle & Geduldig Changes Name The Republican boutique lobbying shop known for its financial services work officially changed its name Monday to include the addition of new partner Jay Cranford and is now Clark Lytle Geduldig & Cranford.
- 08/09/11 | The Hill GOP-leaning lobbying firms thrive despite declining K St. revenue Business for Republican-leaning lobbying firms has grown this year, despite lobbying revenue declining for many on K Street. Several shops with ties to GOP leadership in the House and Senate have signed up new clients and seen their revenue...