PAC for DeSantis signs agreement with Axiom Strategies, which has links to Alaska campaigns


Axiom Strategies is among the campaign firms that have been signed by a group gathering together a political action committee for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is considering a run for president.

Axiom Strategies, whose CEO Jeff Roe is pictured above, has worked on high-profile campaigns in Alaska, including for Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson and congressional candidate Nick Begich. Justin Matheson is the Northwest regional director for Axiom and spends several weeks a year in Alaska. His work also covers campaigns in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.

The Never Back Down PAC was launched by Republican former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, a former Trump ally, who has also brought along with him other people associated with former President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign, Sen. Ted Cruz’s 2016 campaign for president, and Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s successful 2021 campaign for Virginia governor.

Axiom also worked on the successful campaign of Rep. Ryan Zinke of Montana and other high-profile races across the country.

Axiom Strategies and the Never Back Down PAC, reported first by Politico last week, are expected to have a major role in the launching of the DeSantis presidential bid.

“Jeff Roe and the Axiom team have the experience, know-how and the resources needed to elect the next president of the United States,” a source close to Never Back Down PAC told NBC. “If DeSantis announces he’s running, Roe’s team will make the difference in getting him to overtake Trump in the primary.” 

Axiom is a Republican-allied firm based in Kansas City, Mo. that has offices in many states. The company is a one-stop shop that can handle everything from mailers, opposition research, walking lists, media buys, and fiscal campaign compliance.

Of interest to up-and-coming political activists, Axiom is now accepting applications for its Summer 2023 Apprenticeship Program for rising college juniors and seniors, as well as recent college graduates. As an Axiom Apprentice, interns get hands on campaign experience and learn from some of the best in the campaign industry, Axiom says. There is a stipend available as well. Applications can be found here.


  1. Yuck. Thank God most of Rons donors are telling to stop back and sit out the 24 race and wait his turn. We really don’t need a neocon in these troubling times.

  2. Easy to see why uberlibs would be against a “neocon” today, originally a liberal movement. However, even the movement in the 60s recognized that political radicalism was not the way to bring the masses on board. Sadly, today’s political landscape of tweets, posts, instant grams and snappy chats are the momentary, feel-good politics that those with no moral compass or attention span long for. See NeoCon definition below:

    Neoconservatism is a political movement that began in the United States during the 1960s among liberal hawks who became disenchanted with the increasingly pacifist foreign policy of the Democratic Party and with the growing New Left and counterculture of the 1960s, particularly the Vietnam protests. Some also began to question their liberal beliefs regarding domestic policies such as the Great Society. Neoconservatives typically advocate the promotion of democracy and interventionism in international affairs, including peace through strength, and are known for espousing disdain for communism and political radicalism.
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    • I’m no Uber lib, I am a libertarian. I don’t want any bushy globalists/nwo types that started with bush Sr and the Pierre delteco / John mc stainers. I am libertarian.

  3. Roe will profit and gift from donors, meanwhile DeSantis is already over. Take a look at some of our better pollsters it is Trump or nothing. Like Ranked Choice Voting pushed by the RINOS in our backyard DeSantis is designed to fracture. Just ask Soros.

  4. Over a year before the first primary, the competitive candidates will hope for Trump to run out of oxygen and flame out. Trump has beat the odds in the past

    • Thanks Chuck. Never heard the term Trans-Conservative before, has a nice ring to it, especially in reference to NBIII.

      • I created it, just to fit him. Born to hard leftist family somehow “transitioned” as an adult after granny raised him. And now we are supposed to believe he isn’t what he was born as

      • Sarge, so supporting a Candidate who promulgated theft of your PFD , while being cozy with Mary, Mary, the Constitutionally Contrary and being Hostile to the only Conservative in the race makes one a Conservative?
        Wow, who knew?

        Sarge, it appears that Palin Magaitis has gained control of your cognitive abilities and its likely to permeate throughout your body politic. Look for the warning ⚠️ signs. Symptoms include swallowing half baked Bovine Excrement uttered by S.P. and T- Rump that contradict reality and Conservatism. Swallowed topics include, T- Rumps miracle cure m- RNA Jab and Sarah”s oil tax policy.

        Thankfully for Sarah and T- Rump those that swallow their Bovine Excrement can always blame Obama, Biden, the RINO’S, Begich, the deep state, Stormy Daniels, the coriolis effect, tectonic plates and everything else that questions the MAGA perception of reality.

      • Sarge, your Sarah Palin supported Bill Walker for governor, so that means you do too. She supported John McCain for president, so you do too. Sarah is a Trans-Socialist, so you are too. Enjoy your posts, though.

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