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The Envy List: Highest Paid Lobbyists

Continuing with our preview of National Journal's biennial salary survey, here's the list of the highest paid lobbyists who weren't CEOs:

  • Bruce Josten -- U.S. Chamber of Commerce -- $1,695,447
  • Robert G. Pickel -- International Swaps and Derivatives Association -- $1,474,645
  • Mimi Simoneaux Kneuer* -- Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America -- $1,461,682
  • Cary Sherman -- Recording Industry Association of America -- $1,366,536
  • Alan J. Roth -- USTelecom Association -- $1,285,030
  • Rick Pollack -- American Hospital Association -- $1,252,776
  • Cynthia Fornelli -- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants -- $1,198,772
  • James Assey -- National Cable and Telecommunications Association -- $1,041,203
  • Howard M. Schloss -- Financial Industry Regulatory Authority -- $1,027,383
  • John Dalton -- Financial Services Roundtable -- $1,019,066

*No longer with association.            
Total compensation includes deferred compensation, benefits, and bonuses.
All figures are based on the most recent IRS filings. 

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