Jason Hebert


Politics Magazine recently named Jason Hebert as one of the Top 500 political influencers in America. He co-founded The Political Firm after managing the Bush-Cheney ‘04 Campaign in Louisiana and Colorado, winning key victories in both states. A former state Republican Party Executive Director and Political Director, Hebert is the veteran of over 350 campaigns in the last 22 years.

In addition to serving as General Consultant to Members of Congress, statewide and local elected officials, he has served as a political advisor to Fortune 500 companies and is a frequent guest lecturer to domestic and international groups seeking a better understanding on grassroots organization, strategy, public affairs, changing political trends and media communications.

Jason is a graduate of Louisiana State University with a B.A. in Political Science. Jason and his wife Lisa have two children, Jase and Jackson.

Whitley Moore


Originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Whitley graduated from Roanoke College in the class of 2021. During her time at Roanoke, she majored in International Relations and Religious Studies. Over the course of her four years, Whitley worked in the College’s departments of Resource Development and Community Programs. This experience introduced Whitley to the world of political fundraising, event planning, and community outreach– in which she quickly found her niche.

Following graduation, Whitley decided to return to her roots in Baton Rouge and is excited to join the Axiom team as an associate at The Political Firm.

Scott Hobbs


An Okie who packed his ’88 Civic and moved to Baton Rouge in 1994 to finish his B.A. at LSU and start his education in real world politics, Scott has offered his time and talents to over 300 campaigns spanning 20 years and several states.

Armed with a legitimate poll, solid candidate/issue/cause and caffeine, Scott has been crafting the strategy, messages and ads for The Political Firm’s clients since co-founding the agency in 2006 (see site for samples).

In addition, as an Adjunct Professor at LSU’s Manship School of Journalism, Scott has recouped some of the tuition he paid to LSU while earning a Master’s in Mass Communication and, at the same time, helped provide students with insight into how political ads are constructed and why.

Scott is married with two children.

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