The revolving door between Capitol Hill and K Street continues to spin.
Former Rep. Deborah Pryce, formerly the Republican Conference Chair, is heading to Clark, Lytle & Geduldig, and all-Republican lobbying shop. She plans on registering to lobby.
Pryce is a former member of the House Financial Services Committee. This committee produces a ton of talent for K Street as the financial sector is one of the biggest in the lobbying game.
Clark, Lytle & Geduldig boasts many financial companies as clients including the American Bankers Association, the Consumer Bankers Association, the Consumer Credit Industry Association, Financial Services Roundtable and Mastercard.
Pryce received $2,806,622 over the course of her career from the finance, insurance and real estate sector. That constituted the largest amount–over one-quarter of her total career campaign contributions–from any individual sector.
The firm is already touting Pryce’s close relationships with Minority Leader John Boehner and other Republican heavyweights.