Masonboro Strategies, LLC - EST 2020
CEO Luke Ball
Luke Ball is a Republican political strategist and the CEO of Masonboro Strategies. He is also a political commentator and Victory News contributor.
Prior to founding Masonboro Strategies, Luke served as a Congressional staffer for several years, working as communications director for Congressman Matt Gaetz, Congressman Pat Fallon, and Congressman Madison Cawthorn. He was deputy campaign manager for Gaetz's successful 2018 congressional campaign and worked as Governor Ron DeSantis's Deputy Digital Director on his successful 2018 general election campaign. Luke also served as a spokesperson for President Trump’s Save America rallies, and advised multiple congressional and gubernatorial political candidates.
Luke’s content has received national attention from both sides of the aisle, earning praise from the right and outrage from the left. From MSNBC labeling his work as “evidence of Republicans’ historic anti-democratic assault on the country,” to Tucker Carlson heralding the content as “so good,” to Sky News calling one video an “utterly stunning piece of political magic.”
Masonboro Strategies LLC, was originally "RightLife Media" until the scope of the company's work grew beyond just social media consulting into full-scale communications consulting. The business was founded in 2020, and is registered in Wilmington, North Carolina.
WHAT DO YOU OFFER?
Masonboro Strategies offers full-scale communications consulting for political candidates/campaigns, notable individuals, organizations, political action committees, and non-profits. We handle social media content creation, television/radio booking, media relations, digital ad creation, and television ad creation.
WHERE DOES "MASONBORO" COME FROM?
Masonboro is a region of southeastern North Carolina where the company's founder is from. The area was home to one of three representatives from North Carolina who signed the Declaration of Independence, and had his home in the Masonboro area burned by the British for switching his affiliation during the Revolutionary war from loyalist to patriot.