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Welcome to Hanka Advisor, LLC  

A federal affairs firm in Washington, DC that listens to you and creates a strategy especially tailored to fit your goals. 

Bill Hanka has 25 years of proven success advocating for private sector and local government clients.


March 9, 2024: Congratulations to the City of Sterling Heights, Michigan, for a $7.4 million FY2024 Transportation/HUD Appropriations earmark for the Clinton River Road Corridor Improvement Project.

Nov. 9, 2023: Congratulations to the Velocity Center for a $1.8 million Michigan Economic Development Corporation Small Business Support Hubs grant.

Nov. 2, 2023: Congratulations to the City of Sterling Heights, Michigan, for a $125,000 COPS Hiring grant

March 15, 2023: Congratulations to the Road Commission for Oakland County, Michigan, for a $2 million Strengthening Mobility and Revolutionizing Transportation (SMART) grant.

Feb. 1, 2023: Congratulations to Macomb County and the City of Sterling Heights, Michigan, for a $1 million Safe Streets and Roads for All action plan grant.

Oct. 28, 2022: Congratulations to the Port of Cleveland and the Port of Detroit on their grant awards from the Fiscal Year 2022 Port Infrastructure Development Grant Program, totaling over $43 million.

This Week's DC Trivia:

Last Thursday, House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) and former Vice President Mike Pence were among the dignitaries present in Statuary Hall to unveil the U.S. Capitol’s newest statue.  Was it: (1) Evangelist Rev. Billy Graham; (2) Roman Catholic Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton; or (3) Astronaut Neil Armstrong? 


A 7-foot bronze sculpture of the late Rev. Billy Graham, depicting the Charlotte, North Carolina, native with an open Bible in his hand, was unveiled inside National Statuary Hall during a gathering attended by House Speaker Mike Johnson, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper, former Vice President Mike Pence, state lawmakers, and Graham’s family.