Paul Kanitra, Founder and President of Lobbyit.Com, is a prominent, nationally recognized leader and innovator at the forefront of a groundbreaking movement in the lobbying industry. Paul brings with him over a decade of unique and varied legislative experience and a political background that includes work in Congress, on behalf of large and small corporations, non-profit associations, municipalities and Native American reservations.
After many successes in the lobbying industry, Paul has leveraged his contacts, expertise, resources, and reputation to establish a dynamic, cutting-edge lobbying firm with a revolutionary business model. His firm, LobbyIt.Com provides comprehensive, professional, and affordable representation to a diverse clientele. By making lobbying services accessible to a broader client population, Lobbyit.Com provides a voice to companies and organizations that have had little or no representation in the past.
Featured in prominent national publications such as The Washington Post, WallStreetJournal.com, and Worth Magazine, Lobbyit.Com has quickly become a major player in the lobbying industry. Since founding the company early in 2009, Paul has scored significant victories for a wide range of clients in appropriations, taxes, licensing, data access, consumer protections and land usage. He has led efforts and built alliances that have resulted in regulatory changes, widespread Congressional support, and numerous legislative successes.
As the leader of this new class of lobbying firms, Paul is especially proficient at building coalitions and mobilizing grassroots efforts to strengthen his clients’ voices. His prowess at government relations ensures he is able to meet his client’s numerous legislative and regulatory goals. Paul believes strongly in running a lobbying firm for the rest of us.
Paul graduated from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. He is originally from Point Pleasant Beach, NJ, where, at the age of 22 he won a primary election for a city council seat.
A member of the American League of Lobbyists and active in multiple philanthropic organizations such as Hoops For Hope, Paul currently lives in Washington, DC, just steps from the Capitol.