Definition

Lobby, n., pl.-bies, v., -bied, -bying.
a group of persons who try to influence legislators or other public officials to vote or act in favor of a special interest
to try to influence legislation or administrative decisions
to try to influence the actions or votes of (legislators or other public officials)
to urge or procure the passage of (legislation) by lobbying

(Webster's Universal College Dictionary)

Direct Lobbying

Grassroots Lobbying

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