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Jordan Powell

Jordan Powell is the Founder and President of RedRight Strategies. He most recently served as Deputy Campaign Manager for Governor Mike Huckabee’s 2016 presidential campaign.

During the 2014 election cycle, he consulted on gubernatorial, congressional, state house, and issue campaigns across the country.

In 2012, he served as Senior Advisor to Congressman Chuck Fleischmann’s re-election campaign. The Washington Post labeled the race their number three incumbent primary challenge. Politico also said the race was one they were “watching.” Congressman Fleischmann faced a Tennessee dairy and ice cream mogul, as well as the son of the immediate preceding congressman. Fleischmann won the race by eight points.

From January 2011 to February 2012, Jordan served as Congressman Fleischmann’s press secretary in his Washington, D.C. office. Prior to that, he served as day-to-day manager and spokesman for Fleischmann’s 2010 come-from-behind victory. That race included ten opponents, one being the former chairwoman of the Tennessee Republican Party.

In 2008, Mr. Powell served as Assistant to the National Campaign Manager for Governor Huckabee’s first presidential campaign.

In 2006, he served as Grassroots Coordinator for now-State Senator Van Taylor’s congressional race in Central Texas.

Jordan is a native Texan; born and raised in Arlington, attended high school in Greenville, and is a 2009 graduate of Baylor University. In his spare time he enjoys traveling, fishing, and spending time with his beautiful wife, Shawna, and family. His wife and he are also active in their church, Watermark Community Church in Dallas.

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Chip Saltsman

John “Chip” Saltsman, Jr. is a national political strategist, who most recently served as Senior Adviser to Governor Mike Huckabee’s 2016 presidential campaign. You may have seen him on Fox News Sunday, the O’Reilly Factor, or on MSNBC mixing it up with the Chris Matthews and Al Sharpton.

In 2010 and 2012, Saltsman served as general consultant to Congressman Chuck Fleischmann’s surprise victories in Tennessee’s 3rd District. In-between those campaigns, he served as Fleischmann’s chief-of-staff.

Prior to heading Congressman Fleischmann’s operation, Saltsman was National Campaign Manager for Governor Huckabee’s 2008 presidential campaign, beginning on February 1, 2007. Saltsman oversaw all aspects of the campaign, including political, fundraising, communications and operations.

Before managing Governor Huckabee’s campaign, Saltsman served as Senior Political Advisor to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist at VOLPAC, a political action committee chaired by Frist and dedicated to recruitment and support of Republican candidates for political office nationwide. In 2004, eighteen of the twenty-two races that VOLPAC supported were successful. And, in 2006, VOLPAC helped ensure the election of Senator Bob Corker over Harold Ford, Jr. in Tennessee.

His time at VOLPAC was preceded by working as Development Director for Senator Frist at the National Republican Senatorial Committee in the 2002 election cycle, where he helped Republicans regain control of the Senate after the defection of Senator James Jeffords handed the chamber to Democratic control in May 2001.

In 1998, Saltsman was elected Chairman of the Tennessee Republican Party and quickly faced a crisis of conscience when his long-time mentor Governor Don Sundquist made imposition of a state income tax the centerpiece of his second term. Refusing to permit his party to betray its commitment to fiscal conservatism, Saltsman strongly opposed the income tax proposal, which failed after grassroots opposition from conservatives across the state inspired a tax revolt. Today, Tennessee remains one of only nine states without a broad-based income tax.

Saltsman next faced a seemingly insurmountable challenge as he worked to defeat then-Vice President Al Gore in his home state of Tennessee, despite President Clinton’s success there in 1992 and 1996 and despite the fact that Gore and his father had represented the state in the Senate for a combined twenty-six years. Saltsman’s hard work and political leadership ensured George W. Bush’s victory in Tennessee, without which Florida’s narrow margin would have been nothing but an interesting footnote.

From 1994 to 1998 he served as Administrative Assistant to Tennessee Governor Don Sundquist.

Saltsman has also worked closely with Tennessee Senators Lamar Alexander and Bob Corker.

Outside of politics, Saltsman has served as a Director with Harpeth Capital Investment Banking in Nashville. He has served as Founder and President of S&S Strategies, and has been very active in the world of private equity, with a focus on real estate investment. He is also involved in several Middle Tennessee charities.

Saltsman was born March 24, 1968 in Nashville, Tennessee. He attended Christian Brothers University in Memphis, at which he earned his bachelor’s and master’s in business administration degrees. He enjoys hunting, fishing, and flying his airplane.

Drake Jarman

Drake Jarman is Vice President of Sales at Stratasan and is responsible for leading their sales team. Drake joined Stratasan in 2014 and has extensive experience selling into healthcare systems, having served as the President of Wellness Environments, a healthcare development and design company.

While at Wellness Environments, Drake was responsible for the overall leadership of the company, raising capital, and overseeing the development process.

Prior to Wellness Environments, Drake was involved in national politics, serving as the National Finance Director for Governor Mike Huckabee’s Political Action Committee, HuckPAC. Drake was also an early hire for Huckabee’s 2008 President Bid where he built the grassroots organization leading up to the Iowa Caucuses and ultimately served as Huckabee’s “Body Guy.”

Also in the political field, Drake worked for then Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist’s VOLPAC, building a ground game in South Carolina in anticipation of a potential Presidential bid. While in South Carolina, Drake engineered a come-from-behind victory in the Republican Primary Runoff for then Lieutenant Governor Andre Bauer.

Drake holds a B.A. from Wake Forest University, is a graduate of Montgomery Bell Academy and resides in Nashville, TN with his wife, Christina, a Spanish Teacher at Hume-Fogg Magnet High School and their two huskies, Shy and Alta. Drake enjoys playing hockey, competing in triathlons, traveling to Spain, and cheering for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons and the Nashville Predators.

Mark Powell

Mark Powell is a Certified Public Accountant with over 30 years of experience in accounting, tax, and business planning.

For the past 20 years Mr. Powell has been employed by a privately owned company with a diverse portfolio of investments that have included banking, venture capital, aircraft leasing, internet-based education, and document imagining, to name a few. During that time he has been involved in the day-to-day accounting, tax, and regulatory compliance activities of the organization’s myriad entities. He has also been actively involved with the personal tax and estate planning of the company’s ownership.

Prior to his entering private business, Mr. Powell was a Manager in Arthur Young’s (now Ernst & Young) Entrepreneurial Services Group in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Powell’s focus was on providing tax planning and compliance along with general business consulting and planning for start-up, small, and medium-size businesses.

Upon graduation from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, Mr. Powell began his career with BDO Seidman’s Dallas office as a member of their audit and tax staff.

Mr. Powell is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Mark resides in Greenville, Texas with his wife, Pam, and their two dogs.

“I watched as Jordan helped lead congressional campaigns through two tough primaries, and communications in a congressional office. He was always on message and had his candidate in the right place at the right time. He put together textbook campaigns that reached voters where they were and led to victories for his candidate.”

– Adam Nickas, former Executive Director of the Tennessee Republican Party