membersCammarano, Layton & Bombardieri Partners, LLC (CLB Partners) is a full-service, bipartisan Trenton-based government relations firm. Whether you seek new legislation, need a regulation modified, or want to prevent adverse legislation from being enacted, CLB Partners has the skills and expertise to achieve results under the most difficult circumstances.

All businesses and organizations need to have a voice in Trenton. CLB Partners is your voice in the state capitol to capture the attention of policymakers.

CLB Partners is a vital link between you and government. Our firm has been at the forefront leading the debate on issues of local, state, and national importance. We manage the issues that dictate political and corporate agendas including:

  • Health Care
  • Education
  • Gaming & Entertainment
  • Labor
  • Technology & Telecommunications
  • Energy & Environment
  • Transportation
  • Financial Services
  • Economic Development


CLB Partners develops focused and comprehensive government relations and public affairs strategies to set the foundation for success. Our strong understanding of the legislative process at all levels of government helps us maximize our efforts for our clients’ benefit.

The key to our success is to quickly understand our clients business needs and to effectively communicate their positions to key policymakers. We work with our clients to develop working solutions and deliver winning strategies.

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