Jeff Roe is the founder of Axiom Strategies, a firm that specializes in strategic consulting and direct mail for Congressional, Senatorial and statewide campaigns. Axiom opened its first office in Kansas City in 2005, expanded to the nation’s capitol in 2008 and Dallas, Texas in 2012. Jeff has helped elect 31 Congressmen and 4 US Senators nationwide. Under Jeff’s direction, Axiom Strategies has now expanded its footprint into every region of the country. Running Congressional races from Delaware to Florida to California and statewide campaigns from Maine to Georgia to Nevada; Jeff has broad national experience. In addition to political and ballot initiative campaigns, Jeff regularly consults corporate clients on federal, state and local issues. His political career began at the ground level, working for then-State Representative Sam Graves in 1994, helping to elect him to State Senate and eventually Congress in 2000, after which he became Graves’ Chief of Staff. Jeff’s passion for political campaigns kept him involved in consulting, where he helped Missouri Republicans take over the General Assembly for the first time in 50 years. After a string of early successes under his new company Axiom, Jeff began managing races throughout the Midwest, helping to guide a number of Congressional candidates to victory. Axiom debuted on the Presidential level in 2008, where he assisted Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee with a massive voter ID effort in dozens of states including Iowa, South Carolina, Florida and the Super Tuesday States. In 2012, Jeff was a consultant to Gov. Rick Perry’s Presidential campaign. He has run 56 races in the first 11 Presidential primary states. In 2003, Ingram’s, Kansas City’s Business Magazine, named Jeff a member of the elite 40 Under Forty group. Jeff is also an adjunct professor at William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri, and a guest lecturer for The Washington Campus, a consortium of business schools from top universities across the nation. Jeff participates as a panelist for business and political forums hosted by numerous organizations, including the Committee for Economic Development, based in Washington, D.C. He has also been invited to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) as a guest panelist. A Brookfield, Missouri native, Jeff grew up working on his family’s hog farm, was an Eagle Scout and joined the Army National Guard at the age of 17. He attended basic training at Ft. Still, Oklahoma and served in a 155 mm Howitzer Unit in South Korea. He graduated from Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville. He and his wife, Melissa, have one daughter, Remington, and live in Kansas City. They are members of Northland Cathedral, an Assemblies of God Church.