Sam Geduldig joined Clark Lytle & Geduldig in 2007, bringing a decade of experience on Capitol Hill. That same year, National Journal magazine named Geduldig one of its well respected political insiders, citing his "campaign experience, insider knowledge, and ties to voting blocks." In 2008, The Hill newspaper added Geduldig to its annual list of top lobbyists, highlighting his ability to "kill legislative threats to his clients." Geduldig spent four years as a senior advisor to then House Republican Whip Roy Blunt of Missouri, directing coalition efforts while advising the Majority Whip on financial services issues. Additionally, Geduldig acted as the House Republican leadership's liaison to the business community, outside organizations, and interest groups. Prior to joining the Majority Whip's office, Geduldig served in an array of senior positions with Congressman Mike Oxley (R-Ohio), the former Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, and the current House Republican Leader, Congressman John Boehner (R-Ohio). Geduldig's detailed expertise in the mechanics of the legislative process, committee dynamics and procedures, fundraising, coalition building, and vote counting delivers unmatched, broad-scope value in devising and implementing winning strategies for his corporate clients. Earlier in his career, Geduldig served as research analyst at Public Opinion Strategies, a Republican polling and survey research firm, and as press assistant to Sen. Bob Dole's presidential campaign.