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Lisa Boothe

Lisa Marie Boothe (born October 26, 1977) is a Republican strategist and political commentator. She is frequently featured on Fox NewsFox Business, and CNN. She is also a contributor for the Washington Examiner[8]


Lisa arguing against gun control on Fox News after the 2016 Dallas shooting

Lisa Boothe is the Founder and President of High Noon Strategies. She specializes in political communications and navigating crisis situations for Fortune 500 corporations. [8]


Before starting High Noon Strategies, Lisa Boothe was a member of the executive team at WPA Research where she led the polling efforts for political campaigns across the country. She was the Vice President of Political Polling and Public Affairs Research, and worked on developing data-driven messages for political campaigns. [8]


Lisa Boothe on a Fox News panel

For the 2014 election cycle, Lisa was the Senior Director for BlackRock Group. In this role she she led the communications efforts for a Fortune 500  company, Super Political action committees. She was also part of the winning consulting team for Dan Sullivan's United States Senate race. Lisa also helped launch and was a spokeswoman for a Republican polling firm. [8]


Before working at BlackRock Group, Lisa Boothe was the chief spokeswoman for the Sandy Adams for United States Congress and Tommy Thompson's Senate campaigns during the 2012 election year cycle. She was also on the  National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) team that helped the Republican Party win back the House of Representatives in 2010. [8]


Before her campaign work, Lisa Boothe worked on Capitol Hill developing communications strategy for important legislative efforts. She was the spokeswoman for Reps. Sandy Adams (R-FL), Mark Meadows (R-NC), and Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV). [8]



Lisa Boothe graduated with a bachelor's degree in Political Science and Government from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 2007. At the University of Tennessee, Knoxville she was part of the Phi Mu sorority. [5]