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Jason Stanford has managed a top-of-the-ticket statewide campaign and been a press secretary, communications director, on-the-record spokesman or speechwriter on several other statewide campaigns. He knows how to come with and stay on a message that’s tough, coherent, and sticky.
“I have clients getting hammered in the media. I call Jason and consistently Jason comes up with good, creative ideas of how to get some positive reporting. He is good.” — Steve McConnico, attorney
When everyone else is running for cover and offering up “No Comments” to aggressive questions from the media, Jason Stanford has the experience and know-how to stand and deliver a tough rebuttal. When the rush to judgment seems inevitable, he knows how to use the facts at hand to begin constructing a counter-narrative. When you’re having a terrible, no good, very bad day, and you turn around and see a bank of television cameras, odds are you need Jason Stanford.
Jason has handled media relations for a Democratic officeholder going through impeachment hearings, class-action lawsuits, and multi-count felony prosecutions.
“This is about as bold a speech as Texas politics has seen in ages.” — Greg Wythe, on Chris Bell’s exploratory stump speech (TX GOV)
There are few things in life Jason Stanford enjoys more than writing a speech. He’s written speeches for political conventions, the campaign trail, the opening of a legislative session, and election night. He writes speeches that capture the candidate’s voice and not a collection of bullet points. A Jason Stanford speech tells a story and includes quotable lines that convey a message.
“Democratic quote machine” — Jason Embry, Austin American-Statesman
As a spokesman and communications director for several statewide campaigns, Jason Stanford understands not only how to craft a coherent message, but how to get it into the media’s bloodstream and how to engage in the knife fighting that usually comes along with it.
“…a quick wit and a sharp tongue” — Wayne Slater, Dallas Morning News
Thanks to his ability to smile into a camera and stay on message while telling a joke, Jason Stanford is in demand as a pundit, having published op-eds in the Texas Tribune and the Austin American-Statesman. He is frequently quoted in the Texas and national political press and is a regular guest on Scott Braddock’s radio show on Dallas’ KRLD Newsradio 1080 as well as “Inside Texas Politics” with Brad Watson on WFAA, also in Dallas.