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Now Available: City of Portland Disclosures (Quarter 2, 2022) for Lobbying, Political Consultants, and Calendars

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Second Quarter 2022 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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Quarter 2, 2022 Disclosure Highlights

View Lobbying Entity Reports

View Reported Lobbying Contacts with City Officials

View City Officials' Calendars

For more information on the City's disclosure program and requirements, please visit the Lobbying and Political Consultant Regulations webpage.

Quarter 2 Additional Disclosures

Quarter 2 Lobbying Topics

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

  • Business/Economic Development:Food Delivery Services, Right-of-Way (ROW) Code, and Economic Recovery
  • Infrastructure: Telecommunications (FirstNet), Interstate Bridge, Cable and Franchise (Utility License)
  • Environment: Ban on Sale of Foie Gras, Denmark Visit (Industrial Decarbonization, Energy), Energy (Biofuel, Fossil Fuels)

Quarter 2 Spending

  • Lobbying groups reported spending approximately $192,931 in the quarter on City lobbying efforts. 
  • The following registered entities reported exceeding the quarterly lobbying threshold by spending more than $1,000:

Recent Lobbying Enforcement

Quarter 2 Political Consultant Disclosures

  • Commissioner Mapps reported consulting services with Robert Dobrich.
  • Commissioner Ryan reported consulting services with Springwater Partners, CN4 Partners, and Imperium Political Strategies.


Mary Hull Caballero

Portland City Auditor

Lobbying Regulations

Office of the Auditor