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Lloyd on #2016POTUS

Occasionally, I serve as a trusted source for commentary on the Presidential races, due to my long time service since the 1984 Reagan campaign. That was a long time ago — but I’m still involved. Special Note: Carly is a great role model for women who started as a hairdresser and rose to the top job at HP. Since I conducted the women’s program at the Dole Institute of Politics on the campus of Kansas University this fall, I had a chance to ask a lot of remarkable women their...

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Special Preview: Lloyd Fellowship @DoleInstitute highlights remarkable women [Video]

Special Preview: Lloyd Fellowship @DoleInstitute highlights remarkable women [Video]

October 2, 2015 — Lawrence, Kansas — William B. Lacy, Director of the Dole Institute of Politics on the campus of the University of Kansas has announced that Judy B. Lloyd will join the Institute as its Fall Fellow, conducting a study group each week on extraordinary women in business and politics. “Titled “First in Their Class: Authentic Women and the Originality that Got Them There,” this semester’s Study Group will take a look at women leaders in public service and...

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Lloyd takes prominent role on Senator Glazer’s Staff

Lloyd takes prominent role on Senator Glazer’s Staff

Several area residents have joined the staff of newly elected state Sen. Steve Glazer, who has named his staff both for his office at the Capitol in Sacramento and his 7th District office in Walnut Creek. Walnut Creek-based staffers are senior field representatives, including: Judy Lloyd of Danville. The president of Altamont Strategies, Lloyd serves on the California Leadership Council for the National Federation of Independent Businesses and is a member of the Danville Area Chamber of...

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As Republican Field Grows, Californians Ponder Their Best Choice

I continue to do political commentary from time to time. It’s in my blood. Here’s a great in-depth article by Josh Richman of the San Jose Mercury News on how the GOP field is shaping up in California. (I’m at the end so read it in its entirety!) Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign launch Monday means 15 GOP candidates now are seeking the White House with at least two more on the way, leaving California Republicans with an embarrassment of riches — or maybe...

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Lloyd, Altamont Strategies featured in 2015 NFIB Small Business Playbook

In April 2015, more than 300,000 NFIB members received a new publication from the national headquarters of the National Federation of Independent Business. The 2015 Small Business Playbook contains important information and articles that will help small businesses thrive and become successful. Altamont Strategies president Judy Lloyd, who serves on the NFIB Leadership Council, was among those interviewed for the publication, under its section on “What Makes a Good Leader?” Flip...

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Sunlight is the Best Disinfectant

The legislative process in Sacramento is screwed up. The public can only find out about what’s happening when they watch TV, read the newspaper, or know a lobbyist. Even then, the “Average Joe” has little time to prepare for a potential regulatory burden that could impact his business or his livelihood. Navigating the bureaucracy is about as appealing as real life sausage making. A team at California Polytechnic State University, led by former State Assembly Leader and Senator Sam...

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