About

Brent Ludeman provides lobbying and public affairs services to leading businesses, trade organizations, and non-profits before the legislature, state agencies, and executive branch.

With nearly 20 years of experience in Washington state politics, Brent understands the currents that clients must navigate to accomplish their public policy objectives. He’s built the trust of legislators and leading businesses because of his political acumen, integrity, and success in taking on some of the most difficult & complex issues.

Before lobbying, Brent served as policy analyst covering financial and insurance issues in the Washington State Senate. He went on to serve as the chief political strategist for the Senate Majority Leader.

Brent is a member of the National Association of State Lobbyists – the country’s preeminent association of state lobbying firms. He is the chair of the group’s Western Region where he leads discussions on lobbying best practices, ethics, and trending legislative issues.

A graduate of the University of Washington, Brent received his undergraduate degree in Finance. He graduated with full college honors.

Brent lives in Gig Harbor with his wife, Christina, and three kids, Jack, Duke and Emma.

Services

Government Procurement
Lobbying
Election Planning and Campaign Recommendations
Strategic Planning
Bill Tracking and Monitoring of State Legislation
Relationship and Coalition Building
Customized Reports

Clients

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Advantage Capital
Altria
AT&T
Aviation Technical Services
Building Industry Association of Washington
Cal Portland
Chateau Ste. Michelle
Chubb
CNA
Expedia
Key Bank
LKQ
National Electrical Contractors Association
Scientific Games
Shell Oil
Smile Direct Club
Turo
Viatris
Walmart
Waterford Upstart
Waymo
Wells Fargo
WestRock
1-800 Contacts

Contact

Email: Brent@ludemanpartners.com
Phone: 206-790-6255

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