Clay Jackson, Sacramento Lobbyist
Here we present a two-part interview with Clay Jackson, once one of Sacramento’s most powerful lobbyists until he was convicted of federal political corruption charges and served more than five years in prison. He was interviewed by Sigrid Bathen, a journalist and lecturer at California State University, Sacramento
Clay Jackson, Part 1: Holding off the Future from Capitol Weekly on Vimeo.
Full transcript of Holding off the Future here
Clay Jackson, Part II: The Fall and After from Capitol Weekly on Vimeo.
Full transcript of After the Fall here.
For more information:
Sigrid Bathen’s 1995 interview, “Clay Jackson in Prison,” originally published in California Journal, is here.
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