Who’ll make the move? Roll Call reports.
The exodus from Capitol Hill in January should provide a ready supply of talent to K Street interests, which are expected to field an unusually large crop of soon-to-be ex-lawmakers.
But lobbyists warn that the extent of the Democratic losses in Tuesday’s elections will likely mean a glut on the market that could slow hiring for all but the most experienced and plugged-in lawmakers.
The Hill’s version of the story is here.
Republican lobbyists are in high demand after the party’s huge gains in the House.
As polls began to close Tuesday, Ivan Adler, a principal at the McCormick Group who head-hunts for lobbying jobs, started hearing from Republican aides on Capitol Hill as well as former GOP House members who are interested in joining the lobbying community.