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Now Available: City of Portland Quarter 2, 2021 Lobbyist Reports, Political Consultant Reports, and Calendars

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2021 Second Quarter disclosures for City lobbying, political consultants, and City official business calendars are now available for the public to view. Highlights are included below.
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August 5, 2021

Contacts:
Louise Hansen, City Elections Officer
(503) 865-6503
 
Mary Hull Caballero, City Auditor


Quarter 2, 2021 Disclosures

View Lobbying and Political Consultant Regulations for additional information.


Quarter 2 Lobbying Topics

Most frequently disclosed lobbying communications were related to the following topics:

  • Business/Economic Development: Budget, Economic Development
  • Housing and Community Development: Safety/Security, Higher Education
  • COVID-19 Issues: Ankeny West Food Carts, Housing
  • Planning: Office of the Mayor and Sam Adams, Franchise and Broadband

Quarter 2 Spending

  • Lobbying groups reported spending approximately $87,700 in the quarter on City lobbying efforts. 
  • The following registered entities reported exceeding the quarterly lobbying threshold by spending more than $1,000:

Quarter 2 Lobbying Reports


Recent Lobbying Enforcement

Business for a Better Portland (BBPDX) received its first warning for submitting a late Quarter 1, 2021 Quarterly Statement.


Quarter 2 Political Consultant Disclosures and Enforcement

  • Mayor Wheeler reported consulting services with NWP Consulting.
  • Commissioner Mapps reported consulting services with Robert Dobrich.

Please direct any questions to lobbyist@portlandoregon.gov for the quickest response or call 503-865-6503.

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