August 25, 2017
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Randle Communications (Randle) today announced that the firm is the number one ranked public relations agency according to the Sacramento Business Journal’s 2017 Book of Lists. Randle’s continued growth in the Sacramento market reflects the firm’s longstanding commitment to maintaining a talented team of professionals that thrive providing exceptional service to a diverse, high-profile network of clients.
“Our team is proud to be the Sacramento region’s number one public relations firm,” said Randle Communications President and CEO Jeff Randle. “We are dedicated to helping clients succeed, whether it be…
Randle Communications is looking for talent! If you’re a highly motivated communications pro looking to support the firm’s growing public affairs practice you may be the ideal fit for our Public Affairs Coordinator position. An ideal candidate has two years legislative/campaign experience, strong communication skills and is detail-oriented.
Team Randle is also looking for a new team member to serve as a Public Relations Account Executive. An ideal candidate has three to five years communications, public relations or community education experience, and is a strong writer and project manager.
To apply for either of…
September 14, 2017
Vote nears on how to spend $1.5B in climate change funds
One longtime Capitol insider describes it as “a feeding frenzy: That’s what happens when a large pot of money, in this case roughly $1.5 billion, is available to spend on broad efforts to reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality across California.
There are a lot of different groups who want to stake their claim in this mini-Gold Rush.
That’s why clean air folks, agricultural interests, clean energy researchers and car manufacturers, among others, have been engaged in negotiations with…
September 11, 2017
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Sacramento’s top public relations and public affairs firm, Randle Communications (Randle), today announced that Erin Dunlay earned a promotion to the firm’s senior leadership team as a Director. Dunlay will play a leadership role working with Randle clients and staff to develop and execute communications strategies for statewide and local public affairs and public relations initiatives. She will continue to manage the firm’s marquee local public relations projects, including Golden 1 Credit Union and the effort by Sacramento Sports & Entertainment Holdings (SSEH) and Sacramento Republic FC to secure Major League Soccer (MLS)…
September 7, 2017
Last night, Democrats and Republicans traded in their floor votes, political strategies and campaign analytics to don cleats and baseball gloves for the 15th annual Legislative All Star softball game at Raley Field. I was honored to call this time-honored gig from the announcer’s booth, and there was plenty of pre-game pomp, circumstance and bluster.
The Democrats were defending champs, having won the previous two games. Chants bellowed from the grandstands behind the GOP dugout while on the other side, a sea of blue fired back hoots and hollers of their own.
September 7, 2017
California’s Republican seats are prime targets in 2018
The Trump administration’s decision to nail the door shut on the DACA program has revived talk of a long-elusive issue—that of passing comprehensive immigration reform. But it also guarantees an epic campaign fight next year in California in which a handful of Republican-held congressional seats will be squarely in the bull’s eye.
California is home to more than 200,000 Dreamers. That’s more than 1 in 4 of the total nationwide, so the stakes here are greater than in any other state.
August 25, 2017
Sacramento Business Journal
We are honored and thrilled to announce Randle Communications has been ranked the NUMBER ONE Sacramento Area Public Relation Agency by Sacramento Business Journal! This could not have been possible without our amazing team, fantastic clients and supportive family members.
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August 10, 2017
Former CIA director says negotiations, not bluster, are key to avoiding war
Leon Panetta has always been a refreshingly candid political figure. That was true when I first knew him as a second-term congressman representing a big swath of California’s Central Coast.
Panetta would regularly schedule round table sessions for local media. And I, working in my first job as a radio reporter in San Luis Obispo, made a point of attending these sessions where we were able to pose questions on whatever topics came to mind.
I was reminded…
July 27, 2017
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gov. Jerry Brown and their common dismay with the White House
Former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Gov. Jerry Brown are separated in age by a decade. They are of different parties. Brown’s time in elective politics dates back to the 1960s; Schwarzenegger’s to a couple of terms as governor.
But those differences between the current governor and his predecessor shrink in comparison to a common passion and priority: their belief in the need to address the effects of climate change.
Both men regularly, if separately, lampoon President Donald Trump’s decision to…
July 20, 2017
What’s this? A highly-controversial climate change program approved by Democrats and Republicans?
This week’s high-wire act at the state Capitol is a big win for Gov. Jerry Brown. He said this political battle was not about his legacy. But let’s face it, all politicians care about that, no matter what they might say publicly.
In Brown’s case, the vote to extend the state’s existing cap-and-trade program cements his credentials and his credibility as someone who can advocate for efforts to fight climate change, not just on the national level but on the…