Randle Communications Appoints Julie Hooper Account Executive

Randle Communications (Randle), one of Sacramento’s leading public relations and public affairs firms, today announced the hiring of Julie Hooper as an Account Executive. This announcement reflects Randle’s commitment to recruiting talented professionals who share a commitment to teamwork, high standards and delivering exemplary client work.

“Julie’s communications and legislative experience combined with her drive and determination make her a great asset to the company and our clients.” Randle President and CEO Jeff Randle said. “Her skills and enthusiasm complement the Randle team and enhance our ability to provide the best public relations and public affairs counsel to…

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Jeff Randle named one of California’s Top 100 Political Influencers

Campaigns & Elections magazine has named Jeff Randle, President of Randle Communications, one of California’s top 100 political influencers in the November/December 2010 issue . The magazine, dedicated to educating, informing and connecting all those who touch politics, produces a regular feature called California Influencers, a listing of the hundred most important opinion brokers in The Golden State.



Jeff Randle named to Capitol Weekly’s Top 100 List

Capitol Weekly named Jeff Randle to its 2010 Top 100 List, ranking him 37th among California’s most influential policy and political leaders. Capitol Weekly writes: “Randle has been around California politics for more than 20 years. As a veteran of the Pete Wilson and Arnold Schwarzenegger campaigns, he has risen among the ranks of trusted insiders to Republican governors. And if there are bonus points for being there early, Randle gets them for being the first consultant Meg Whitman reached out to. It was Randle who prepared the op-research dossier against Whitman…

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Jeff Randle in Sacramento Bee: GOP needs new playbook to rebound in California

Randle Communications President and CEO Jeff Randle outlines how a Republican resurgence is possible in California if it changes its playbook and can effectively reach voters, in an opinion editorial in the Sacramento Bee.