Your Voice in Government
The Mitchell Firm exists to give forgotten Americans a voice in our national government in Washington, D.C.
We represent the general interests of Americans that public policy has forgotten in recent decades, including free market entrepreneurs and small businesses, natural health practitioners, the middle class, the poor, the physically and mentally ill, and those who have made mistakes and are addicted to drugs and/or in the criminal justice system. These are people who are not politically influential and well-connected.
Our clients include some of these Forgotten Americans, but also individuals and organizations that have a strong social mission based on the belief that all Americans are equally important to the general Welfare of the United States, and equally entitled to protection and Justice.
We lobby for legislative reforms that protect basic rights and increase the amount of freedom every American has to dream, set goals and pursue happiness with self-determinism. We lobby against public policy that grants benefits and privileges to select groups or classes of industry at the expense of others; against public policy that facilitates tyranny and oppressions of the body and mind.
If you share our belief that America is headed down the wrong path, and existing laws and regulations create obstacles that make it harder for people — including you — to survive and achieve their goals, you must participate in the process by speaking your mind to those in power, by contributing to public policy.
This does not require much of your time — that’s what we’re here for.
We’re your voice in Washington. We communicate with elected representatives on your behalf.
While you continue to focus on achieving your goals and improving your lives, we make sure national policy makers not only hear your informed viewpoints but understand them and take actions to improve the laws of the land.
We look forward to working with you.
With warmest regards,
Founder & Chief Executive Office
…all men are created equal… endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness… — Thomas Jefferson