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Capital City Consulting, LLC is a full-service public affairs firm located in Tallahassee, Florida. At Capital City Consulting, our team of consultants specialize in developing unique government relations and public affairs strategies and delivering unrivaled results for our clients before the Florida Legislature and Executive Branch Agencies. From our acclaim in Florida Trend’s “Florida’s Biggest Lobbyists: Turning Up the Heat” feature to being called “a rising star on the Tallahassee’s lobby scene” by the Palm Beach Post, Capital City Consulting has the experience, contacts and winning strategies to help our clients stand out in the capital city.

Client-Centered Strategy.

At Capital City Consulting, we partner with our clients to help them solve problems. Our consultants work hard to understand clients’ challenges and the industries in which they work. Possessing public policy acumen, business savvy, invaluable relationships, and ability to form strategic alliances with government and industry leaders, enables Capital City Consulting to achieve success for our clients. Our approach begins and ends with our clients by meticulously researching the issue, developing a unique strategy to optimize potential opportunities and providing continuous communications throughout the decision-making process. We are committed to providing high quality, ethical representation and reaching our clients’ desired results in a timely manner. 

Through this website, we look forward to welcoming you to our firm, educating you about our practice, and, we hope, discovering ways to partner with you.

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Capital City Consulting ranked among the top 5 lobbying firms in Florida

Our founding publisher Matt Towery, who once served in the Georgia legislature, recently observed that our world has gotten so complex that modern-day responsible governance isn’t possible without a professional corps of lobbyists knowledgeable about specific public policy areas. All too often, in many states, lawmakers don’t have the staff needed to properly research issues. Of course, one doesn’t always have to agree with a lobbyist’s research and conclusion on behalf of a client or cause, but an elected representative should at least consider all arguments. Research on public policy issues done by think tanks— spanning the political left to the right— is also valuable to elected officials as well as to lobbyists and those in the media who shape public opinion.

  • Photo of Florida Capitol in Tallahassee