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Jill Holtzman Vogel is a Principal at the Vogel Group.

Jill Holtzman Vogel is a nationally recognized attorney and recently retired from the Senate of Virginia after serving four terms representing the 27th District (2007-2023). She was also her party’s nominee for Lieutenant Governor in 2017.

During her tenure in the Senate of Virginia, she served in leadership as the Whip and Deputy Whip for the Republican Caucus. She served on the Finance Committee, General Laws and Technology Committee, the Rules Committee, and the Privileges and Elections Committee. Jill was also appointed to the Governor’s Commission on Parole Review and the Joint Subcommittee to Evaluate Tax Preferences. She was named Legislator of the Year by the Virginia State Police, the Virginia Court Clerks Association, the Virginia Treasurers Association, and the Commissioners of Revenue Association of Virginia. She has also been named Champion of Justice by the Virginia Association of Commonwealth Attorneys, Virginia Autism Project Legislative Champion, Virginia Education Association Legislative Champion, Virginia League Of Conservation Voters Legislative Hero, and the Humane Society of the United States State Legislator Award. She remains a member of the Commemorative Commission to Honor the Contributions of the Women of Virginia.

In addition to serving as Principal at Vogel Group, Jill is also the founder and managing partner of Holtzman Vogel PLLC, one of the nation’s premier political, regulatory, non-profit, and corporate law firms. Jill specializes in regulatory matters, ethics, campaign finance law, and tax-exempt organizations. She has spent her career counseling candidates, donors, lobbyists, corporations, and non-profits on complex regulatory and ethics rules. She is consistently recognized nationally as a top lawyer in her field, and she speaks frequently on issues involving corporations, non-profits, ethics, and lobbying rules.

Jill previously held the position of Chief Counsel of the Republican National Committee, where she led the national party’s legal effort during the 2004 Presidential election, which included the party’s independent expenditure programs as well as legal efforts in all 50 states. She has also served as Deputy Counsel at the Department of Energy, working with the White House, the Energy Secretary, and other Federal Agencies to implement energy initiatives. Jill also oversaw a comprehensive review of energy regulations at DOE. Prior to that, she held the position of Deputy Counsel at the Republican National Committee, where she handled state and federal election law and party rules matters.

Following the 2000 election, Jill represented the Bush-Cheney campaign as counsel in West Palm Beach and Osceola County during the Florida Presidential Recount. She served as staff counsel for the 1996 Republican National Convention in San Diego, California.

Jill received her B.S. from the College of William & Mary and her J.D. from DePaul University School of Law.

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