Christie Strategy Group

Welcome to Christie Strategy Group

True candor is the best way to facilitate genuine trust. Christie Strategy Group enjoys a reputation as a source for credible information; we understand that while it is our responsibility to represent client issues aggressively, decision makers require a comprehensive view of any given issue. This willingness to share critical information has allowed Christie Strategy Group to become a trusted resource among legislators and others in the political process. Long-term relationships with key decision makers have further established our reputation as a firm with a strong hold on trust, integrity and credibility. The only real currency in this business is the truth and we understand that our word is our most valued asset. Click here to read more.

Government Affairs

Effective representation and advocacy in the political process is more than just “lobbying.” Successful advocates for any public policy or legislative position will utilize a broad range of public affairs disciplines to ensure that their issue is understood and acted upon by key decision makers.

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Public Affairs - State & Federal

The line between state and federal issues is increasingly blurred. Once the process of working federal issues was left to lobbyists inside the beltway. That process has dramatically changed as members of Congress become even more attuned to constituent views on controversial issues.

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Public Affairs - Media Relations

Elected officials on the state and federal levels are increasingly influenced by the public’s perception of a given issue. Christie Strategy Group has a proven track record of influencing public opinion to enhance the political objectives of our clients.

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Legislative Report

March 16, 2018

Rural Broadband Bill Clears House Committee

On Wednesday, the House Ways and Means - Education Committee approved SB 149 by Sen. Clay Scofield (R - Guntersville), which aims to promote investment in broadband in rural Alabama where many citizens do not have access to high speed Internet. The bill, which was unanimously approved by the Senate as a tax credit bill, was substituted in House committee as a grant program administered by ADECA. The program prioritizes un-served areas of the state.


  • Senate Unanimously Approves Education Trust Fund Budget
  • House Approves Juvenile Justice Reform Legislation
  • Upcoming Legislative Schedule

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