Who constitutes the intergovernmental lobby?

State or local officials lobby in Washington to get money or laws for their areas. At first the intergovernmental lobby consisted of mayors, governors, superintendents of schools, state directors of public health, country highway commissioners, local police chiefs, and others who wanted free government money. People of local and state governments go to Washington D.C. to lobby and help make decisions for how much free money should be given out to the states and their officials.