PRINCIPALS

Marge Price is a Principal in the firm of CAPITOL REPRESENTATIVES, with offices in Washington, DC and Denver, Colorado. She serves as a senior manager and government relations consultant. The firm specializes in providing government relations support for the public and private sector, local, regional and national clients. Ms. Price's background includes managing a Denver office of a Washington lobby firm, staffing one of the caucuses of the Colorado State Senate, and serving as a staff assistant to U.S. Senator Gary Hart. She has been active in Colorado politics for many years. Ms. Price is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder with a degree in political science. She represents public agencies at the local level seeking to obtain funding and seeking prompt decisions from the federal government. She also assists private sector entities on a project-by-project basis, primarily in strategies for working with government at all levels. She has more than 15 years experience in federal, state and local government, plus more than 18 years in the private sector.

David Howlett is a Principal with the firm of CAPITOL REPRESENTATIVES, with offices in Washington, DC and Denver, Colorado. He serves as a senior manager of this government relations firm. The firm specializes in providing government relations support for the public and private sector, local, regional and national clients. Mr. Howlett's background includes senior-level consulting with a Washington, DC-based firm, Interim President/Civic and Economic Development Director for the Downtown Denver Partnership, Economic Development Director for the City of Littleton, Colorado, and public policy work with the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. He earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a Master of Community and Regional Planning from the same university. Mr. Howlett's work has involved a number of infrastructure projects in the Denver area, including C-470, 23rd Street Viaduct, Broadway Viaduct, Santa Fe Drive, Bowles Avenue, the Lowry Air Force Base redevelopment project, 6th Avenue and South Platte River. In addition, he has worked on several community-based programs, including the Downtown Denver Agenda, Lowry Air Force Base/Metropolitan Homeless Initiative, the South Platte River coalition and the C-470 Parkway Inter-Chamber Task Force.

John Lagomarcino is Of Counsel with the firm of CAPITOL REPRESENTATIVES, with offices in Washington, DC and Denver, Colorado. Mr. Lagomarcino has extensive intergovernmental relations experience. For the past 20 years, Mr. Lagomarcino has worked with a large Washington, DC lobby and government relations firm working with state, local and private sector clients. He has worked on federal appropriations requests for clients from many parts of the country and has worked on surface transportation and airport issues. He provides clients with technical assistance in state and local intergovernmental relations, transportation marketing, and management. In addition to extensive management and intergovernmental relations experience, he has practiced law both with private law firms and with a corporate law department. Previously, Mr. Lagomarcino held the position of Vice President for Corporate Affairs, American High Speed Rail Corporation. In 1982 and 1983, Mr. Lagomarcino was Associate General Counsel for Amtrak, specializing in litigation. In 1981 and 1982, he was Senior Director and Acting Vice President for Government Affairs for Amtrak. As Legislative Director and General Counsel of the National Governors' Association from 1977 to 1981, Mr. Lagomarcino directed NGA staff directors and their staffs in NGA policy formulation and lobbying. Mr. Lagomarcino also held the positions of Staff Director for NGA's Committee on Criminal Justice (1975-1977), and Section Chief, Civil Rights Division, HEW (1966-1968). He was engaged in the general practice of law in Arizona and Iowa from 1961 to 1966. Mr. Lagomarcino was granted the J.D. degree from the University of Chicago Law School in 1961 and the A.B. degree from Amherst College in 1958.