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While lobbying members of Congress can be an effective interest group tactic used to alter the policymaking process, it is most effective when:
the lobbyist contributes PAC money to a Congress members campaign.
the Congress member supports the cause of the group.
the lobbyist promises the Congress member financial gifts.
the Congress member is facing re-election.
the lobbyist offers to campaign on behalf of the Congress member.