Karl M. Gallant, a former staffer for United States House Majority Leader Thomas D. DeLay, former director of DeLay's Americans for a Republican Majority Political Action Committee (ARMPAC), and DeLay fundraiser, ran and served as the registered agent for Ed Buckham's Republican Majority Issues Committee (RMIC). [1]

"[W]hen tobacco companies wanted to keep the Food and Drug Administration from regulating their industry, they looked to former DeLay staffer Karl Gallant at [Buckham's] Alexander Strategy Group." [2]

Gallant lobbied for Reynolds American on tobacco regulation.[3]

Gallant was also a registered lobbyist for the Alexander Strategy Group, a firm closed in January 2006 because of its connections to convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff.

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