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LOCATIONS & CONTACTS


Washington, D.C.

400 North Capitol Street, NW, Suite 585
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 434-4776

Annapolis, Maryland

29 Francis Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-280-5088
Fax: 410-280-1618

Upper Marlboro, Maryland

14408 Old Mill Road, Suite 201
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Phone: 301-952-8885
Fax: 301-952-0290

LaPlata, Maryland

403 East Charles Street
LaPlata, MD 20646
Phone: 301-392-0888
Fax: 301-392-5881

 

Email contacts:

Gregory Steve Proctor
Dianne Proctor
Guy Andes
Sherrie Sims
Ashley Heffernan
Joe Green
Faye Porter-Larche
Dave Bambrick
Jeff Estepp
Charlita Ferguson

 

 

 

 



 

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G.S. Proctor & Associates, Inc.

Welcome

Founded in January 1995 by Gregory Steve Proctor, President/CEO, G.S. Proctor & Associates, Inc. is a full service Lobbying and Consulting firm. Headquartered in Prince George's County, Maryland the firm also services Annapolis, Baltimore, Washington D.C., La Plata and Conway, South Carolina.

The G.S. Proctor team blends our reputation of excellent work with a guarantee of professional and courteous service. Our combined experience of more than forty-five years plus strong relationships and a team approach enables us to work successfully on your behalf.

Our Mission

"The mission of G.S. Proctor & Associates, Inc. is to provide our Federal, State, County, and Municipal clients with the most effective legislative and administrative lobbying representation and advocacy services as determined by their respective interests and endeavors. We provide these services to our clients with integrity, professionalism, and continuous courteous service, while affording them the opportunity to access decision makers as a result of our winning corporate strategies. Through our successful and cohesive teamwork, we achieve our clients' goals utilizing the highest standards of excellence and ethical representation.

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The world’s losers are revolting, and Brexit is only the beginning

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The world’s losers are revolting, and Brexit is only the beginning

By Matt O'Brien

The world has enjoyed an unprecedented run of peace, prosperity and cooperation the last 25 years, but now that might be over. At least when it comes to those last two.

...global capitalism didn't always work so well for workers in the United States and Europe even as — or, in some cases, because — it pulled hundreds of millions of people out of poverty everywhere else. In fact, the working class in rich countries have seen their real, or inflation-adjusted, incomes flatline or even fall since the Berlin Wall came down and they were forced to compete with all the Chinese, Indian and Indonesian workers entering the global economy... Read more