Lisa Boothe is a network contributor to CNN and Fox News. Besides, she is a political observer and a Republican strategist. Also, Boothe is the founder of High Noon Strategies.
Early Life and Education
Born on October 26, 1977, Lisa Booth was raised in West Virginia. Completing high school education, she went to the University of Tennessee at Knoxville for an undergraduate study in government and politics.
Lisa Boothe is not married yet. She lives in Metro Area of Washington, D.C and loves to call herself a ‘daddy’s girl’.
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I've always been a Daddy's girl. From father and daughter dances, princess stories, and cheering me on at field hockey and lacrosse games, my Dad has always been the number one man in my life and my biggest fan. He is such an example of a loving father to four of us kids and an amazing husband to my mother. Happy Father's Day to the best guy around! I love you!
Lisa Boothe has an estimated net worth of $10 million and an annual salary of $2 million. Being a private person, Lisa doesn’t share about her personal relationships with the media.
As a government and politics graduate from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Lisa Boothe joined WPA Research. Starting from a junior position in the market research firm, Lisa gradually made her way to its executive team. Subsequently, she left WPA to join Political Polling and Public Affairs Research as Vice President. These tremendous experiences in the field of political research and observation clicked her an idea of starting her own firm, High Noon Strategies.
Lisa Boothe entered the American politics as a member of the National Republican Congressional Committee in 2010. Thereafter, she has joined the Grand Old Party on several occasions, strategizing and lobbying for them. In 2012, she began to work alongside US Representative Sandy Adams and US Senator Tommy Thompson.
Similarly, Lisa Boothe has had a huge impact on Black Rock Group as its Senior Director. She led the firm to mediate political campaigns, campaign consultation, and several other significant works. Likewise, Boothe also worked in the Capitol Hill as a spokeswoman for Sandy Adams, Mark Meadows, and Shelley Moore. While at this job, Boothe wittily acted as a communication strategist for legislative efforts in the Congress.
Lisa Boothe is an analytical writer as well. Some of her published articles are:
- President Obama Has Left the Middle-Class Behind, Town Hall
- Hillary Clinton and the wealth factor: Is she 2016’s Mitt Romney?, Fox News
- Why the ‘war on women’ propaganda won’t work, Daily Caller
Donald Trump and Lisa Boothe
Lisa Boothe is a Republican by political ideology and a supporter of Donald Trump. Since the start of the 2016 race between Hillary and Donald, Lisa has been supportive to Trump, unlike many Republican strategists. Likewise, at several points, Boothe has asked the Republican party to unite and support Trump’s way to the White House. In the same way, Lisa has sometimes defended Trump from his self-inflicted injurious statements.
Well, that's that. Donald Trump is going to be the Republican nominee. Hard fought race by Cruz. Onward to November! #BeatHillary
— Lisa Boothe (@LisaMarieBoothe) May 4, 2016