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NOTE: This information is correct as of 1 p.m. EST, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016.

While all the returns have not yet been certified, there is no question that it was a big night for President-elect Donald Trump.  Just as he has done throughout the entirety of the campaign, President-elect Trump stunned political analysts last night by not just winning, but winning big.  And just before 3:00 a.m. EST on Wednesday, Nov. 9, Secretary Hillary Clinton called President-elect Trump to concede the presidential election. To read the full alert, click here.

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Photo of Katie P. Reed˘ Katie P. Reed˘

Katie is a Director in the Government Law and Policy Practice of Greenberg Traurig’s Washington, D.C. office. She represents clients before the House and Senate on issues related to agriculture, energy and environment, tobacco, and appropriations and provides legislative research and support on…

Katie is a Director in the Government Law and Policy Practice of Greenberg Traurig’s Washington, D.C. office. She represents clients before the House and Senate on issues related to agriculture, energy and environment, tobacco, and appropriations and provides legislative research and support on a broad range of matters.

Katie is experienced in political compliance matters such as congressional ethics rules; state and federal lobbying guidelines and reporting requirements; and state, federal, and local campaign finance compliance regulations. Katie advises a variety of corporate clients on compliance with the Lobbying Disclosure Act and Federal Election Commission regulations specific to political action committees (PACs) and fundraising guidelines. She manages federal and state lobbying reporting requirements for corporate clients and handles FARA filings for various foreign clients. In her over 12 years of campaign finance experience, Katie has managed a wide range of PACs at the state and federal level. She assists clients with the establishment of PACs, fundraising techniques, and the management of everyday PAC operations and periodic reporting requirements.

˘not admitted to the practice of law.

Laurie McKay ˘

K. Laurie McKay is a director in the firm’s Government Law and Policy practice, focusing on wide-ranging client issues including agriculture, energy and the environment, coastal management, foreign affairs, trade, gaming, and appropriations. She develops and implements legislative strategies, regularly drafts white papers…

K. Laurie McKay is a director in the firm’s Government Law and Policy practice, focusing on wide-ranging client issues including agriculture, energy and the environment, coastal management, foreign affairs, trade, gaming, and appropriations. She develops and implements legislative strategies, regularly drafts white papers and legislative language, and represents clients before Congress and federal agencies. Laurie works closely with Congressional offices on both sides of the aisle to achieve various public policy goals and has spent her career developing close working relationships throughout Capitol Hill.

Laurie has significant experience in dealing with legislation and policy affecting the tobacco industry, including the 2009 Tobacco Control Act. She played a major role in the development and final passage of the 2010 PACT Act and is experienced in dealing with state and local efforts to limit or ban tobacco use and related indoor air-quality issues.

˘ Not admitted to the practice of law.
Photo of Robert Mangas Robert Mangas

Rob is a shareholder in the firm’s Federal Government Law & Policy group. He has represented clients before Congress and federal agencies from a variety of industries and in a number of policy areas, including trade, energy, environment, health care, biotechnology, transportation, financial…

Rob is a shareholder in the firm’s Federal Government Law & Policy group. He has represented clients before Congress and federal agencies from a variety of industries and in a number of policy areas, including trade, energy, environment, health care, biotechnology, transportation, financial services, manufacturing, tax, pensions, defense, and foreign relations. Rob has a depth of understanding of the rules of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, and he has deep experience in legislative drafting. He previously served as chief of staff to U.S. Senator Wendell Ford, the former Senate Majority Whip.