Tallahassee, F.L. – One of the nation’s top bipartisan government relations firms, the Vogel Group, recently continued the rapid expansion of its Tallahassee-based team, adding veteran Florida legislative staffer, Kyle Langan. The move bolsters the firm’s government affairs roster and further deepens its political and policy experience throughout the State of Florida. Langan’s extensive service in the Florida Legislature includes stints as Legislative Aide for Senator Charles Dean (R-Citrus County) and current State Affairs Committee Chair, Representative Lawrence McClure (R-Plant City). Most recently, Langan served as an analyst on the House Committee on Redistricting, for which he served as a primary map drawer responsible for redistricting Florida’s 28 Congressional Districts and 120 Legislative House Districts.

“From working on my first campaign for the Florida House, to assisting me in navigating the complexities of the Legislature, Kyle is a seasoned professional, a great teammate and will make an excellent addition to the Vogel Group,” said McClure. “He’s one of the truly good people you get to meet in this process, and I am excited to watch his career in the private sector take off.”

Vogel Group Principal, Eileen Stuart, echoed Chairman McClure’s sentiment, “Kyle brings deep relationships throughout Florida government and sharply honed political acumen. He has all of the skills you’d expect of someone who has run state campaigns, directed political operations, and expertly navigated the halls of the Florida Legislature.” Stuart added, “Kyle is a perfect fit for our thriving office, and he has already hit the ground running in servicing our roster of clients.”

Vogel Group is a top-rated bipartisan lobbying and advisory firm serving companies, associations, asset managers and other stakeholders around the world. From our offices in Washington, D.C., Florida, and Tennessee, our firm provides strategic counsel and government affairs support in understanding, managing, communicating and capitalizing on government and political risk.