A campaign and communications strategy consultancy specializing in general consulting and management, messaging, direct mail, and public affairs.
Jason Cabel Roe, Principal
Jason Roe has more than 25 years working as a political and communications strategist. He’s nationally recognized for his work in campaigns and government advising candidates for President, Congress, Governor, and state and local office, as well as corporations and political parties.
A Washington veteran, Jason was a senior advisor to Marco Rubio’s 2016 presidential run, serving as National Media Spokesman. In 2007, he was Deputy Campaign Manager for Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign, and worked on the campaigns of George W. Bush in 2000 and Bob Dole in 1996. He’s managed nationally watched congressional campaigns including former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (TX), Congressman Peter Roskam (IL), and Congressman James Rogan (CA), and was an advisor to Congressman Steve Pearce (NM).
Jason was also the strategist for San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer in 2013 and 2016, winning 53% and 57% of the vote in a city with only 25% Republican registration.
In government, Jason served as Chief of Staff to Congressman Tom Feeney (FL), Chief of Staff at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and Communications Director for Congressman Nick Smith (MI).
Jason has long been interested in global development and international democracy-building, serving as an International Election Observer for presidential elections in Nigeria and Liberia, training parliamentary candidates in Bulgaria, and developing the first comprehensive analysis of Iraq’s emerging political parties after the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime in 2003. He was a Manfred Woerner Fellow at the U.S. German Marshall Fund and worked as an advisor to the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition for more than a decade, as well as The One Campaign.
In 2016, Jason received a Goldie “All Star” Peer Choice Award, and was previously named a “Rising Star” by Campaigns & Elections. He’s the recipient of several Pollie Awards from the American Association of Political Consultants and The Hill Newspaper called him one of the “most effective staffers on Capitol Hill.”
A graduate of Western Michigan University with a degree in Public Administration and Economics, Jason lives in San Diego, California with his wife and son.
In the News
- How To Combat A Deluge of Outside Spending, Campaigns & Elections
- San Diego’s Top Political Consultants, Our City San Diego
- Most Powerful People in San Diego, Our City San Diego
- Jason Cabel Roe: Republicans’ Voice Behind the Scenes, Voice of San Diego
- Jason Roe Emerges as Mayor’s Elbow, Voice of San Diego
- CPAC Panel on Republican Outreach to Minorities, C-SPAN
- A Rough and Tumble Presidential Race, NBC
- In SD Politics, It’s Life in the Wide Lane, San Diego Union-Tribune
- Electing a GOP Mayor in a Dem Stronghold, Campaigns & Elections
- The Edgy Interview: Jason Roe, Competitive Edge Research & Communication
Roe Strategic provides general consulting for candidates, ballot initiatives, and independent expenditures. With twenty-five years of experience in campaigns and strategy, we know how to effectively guide your campaign from filing to victory.
Roe Strategic creates award-winning direct mail that is impactful and effective in moving voters. Using sophisticated targeting based on research and testing, we hone your message and drive it to the right audiences.
Roe Strategic has years of experience in media, messaging, and crisis communications. Using research and message testing, we make sure our clients have the most effective message and aggressively drive it to the media and opinion-makers. Controlling the narrative is how we win.
Roe Strategic effectively builds and manages coalitions, working to influence decision-makers and driving the agenda for our clients. To win support for your project or issue, you need effective public affairs guidance and we know what it takes to get the job done.
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Vice President Dick Cheney
Bob Dole for President
Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich
Rick Perry for President
Mitt Romney for President
Marco Rubio for President
Bill Bryant for Governor (WA)
Tom Foley for Governor (CT)
Mark Kirk for U.S. Senate (IL)
Dan Lungren for Governor (CA)
Jason Plummer for Lt. Governor (IL)
Sandy Adams for Congress (FL)
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Elizabeth Emkin for Congress (CA)
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Denise Gitsham for Congress (CA)
Paul Gosar for Congress (AZ)
Dick Green for Congress (IL)
Paige Kreegel for Congress (FL)
Gary Miller for Congress (CA)
Jeff Miller for Congress (FL)
Chris Mitchum for Congress (CA)
Patrick Murray for Congress (VA)
Brian Nestande for Congress (CA)
Steve Pearce for Congress (NM)
Jason Plummer for Congress (IL)
Bill Redmond for Congress (NM)
James Rogan for Congress (CA)
Brian Rooney for Congress (MI)
Peter Roskam for Congress (IL)
Fred Upton for Congress (MI)
Joe Walsh for Congress (IL)
Daniel Webster for Congress (FL)
Dante Acosta for Assembly (CA)
Catharine Baker for Assembly (CA)
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Anna Bryson for Assembly (CA)
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Mario Guerra for Senate (CA)
Allan Mansoor for Assembly (CA)
Devon Mathis for Assembly (CA)
Rob McCoy for Assembly (CA)
Mike Morrell for Assembly (CA)
Jackie Morrison for House of Representatives (MI)
Sunder Ramani for Assembly (CA)
Craig Starkweather for Senate (MI)
Brad Toft for Senate (WA)
Marie Waldron for Assembly (CA)
Don Wagner for Assembly (CA)
Scott Wilk for Assembly (CA)
Abram Wilson for Assembly (CA)
Mark Wyland for Senate (CA)
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Chris Cate for San Diego City Council
Roland Chi for Fullerton City Council
Carl DeMaio for San Diego Mayor
Bonnie Dumanis for San Diego County District Attorney
Ray Ellis for San Diego City Council
Kevin Faulconer for San Diego Mayor
Kevin Faulconer for San Diego City Council
Kristin Gaspar for San Diego County Supervisor
Paul Gaspar for Encinitas Mayor
Phil Graham for Encinitas City Council
Kevin Jeffries for Riverside County Supervisor
Mark Kersey for San Diego City Council
Randon Lane for Riverside County Supervisor
Kelly Long for Ventura County Supervisor
Scott Sherman for San Diego City Council
Frank Ury for Orange County Supervisor
Scott Voigts for Lake Forest City Council
Don Wagner for Irvine Mayor
Bradley Wienreb for San Diego Superior Court
No on Measure J (mining tax) - Banning, Calif.
Yes on 20-213 (jail funding) - Lane County, Ore.
Yes on Prop. H (land use) - Escondido, Calif.
No on Prop. I (minimum wage) - San Diego, Calif.
Rancho Sante Fe Homeowners Group (land use) - Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.
American Action Network
Congressional Leadership Fund
Robert Hickey for San Diego City Attorney
Lorie Zapf for San Diego City Council
National Popular Vote
U.S. Global Leadership Coalition
Saul Anuzis for RNC Chairman
California Republican Party
Illinois Republican Party
Michigan Republican Party
National Republican Congressional Committee
San Diego County Republican Party
Shawn Steel for RNC Committeeman