• A Political Consulting Firm for Candidates, Causes,

    Non-Profits, and Lawmakers

  • About

    Words—and their delivery—matter. They can change hearts and minds. And that can mean electoral victories, engaged supporters, and cultural transformation. ThinkRight Strategies is here to make that happen.

  • What We Do

    Website Design

    From website design to continuous updates, we put clients on the right path.

    Canvassing Advice

    You know you need to knock on doors. But what should you say? We’re here to help create effective leaflets and surveys to mobilize voters.


    We draft everything from slogans to press releases to speeches. Our work aims to persuade.

    Communications Coaching

    Big crowds, hostile media interviews, and high-stakes debates can be intimidating. But we can help you shine in these critical arenas so that you can get the right message to the right people.

    Event Promotion

    We can help with flyers, social media, and other communications to get people to your big rally, fundraiser, or other event.

    Media Relations

    Not sure whether to accept an interview request? Tired of dealing with reporters? We can help.

  • Team

    Grant Strobl


    Grant is a veteran of several political campaigns and non-profit initiatives. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where he studied political science and international relations, and he’s currently studying law at the University of Chicago. Grant also serves as the national chairman of the Young Americans for Freedom board of governors.

    Jacob Chludzinski


    Jacob is passionate about politics, and has assisted political campaigns as well as a Michigan legislator. Jacob is a graduate of the University of Michigan where he studied political science and economics. He also served as chairman of the school’s Young Americans for Freedom chapter.

  • Contact Us

    Don't be afraid to reach out. You + us = awesome.

  • Our Mission

    Thank you for your interest in ThinkRight Strategies. We are excited to work together to make a better America. Out of respect for your time, let’s get a few things out on the table.


    We, the owners of ThinkRight Strategies, are conservatives and people of faith. Our beliefs affect everything we do, from how we work to which projects we accept. Our beliefs inspire us to be honest, straightforward, and hard-working.

    Our beliefs also motivate us to make society better, and they define what “better” looks like. So we know what it means to believe in and explain conservative principles. This is a ThinkRight distinctive—a conservative firm devoted to conservative causes.


    Given our goals, we want to make sure that working together will advance our conservative values. This means we can’t work on certain projects that come our way. For example, we won’t work with politically liberal candidates to advance their politically liberal beliefs, just as we wouldn’t expect left-leaning consultants to advance conservative causes. After all, we are a conservative consulting firm.

      So how do you know if ThinkRight is a good fit for you? You can always contact us. In the meantime, here are a few examples:


      Causes and organizations we’ll support

      • Limited government, free markets, lower taxes, freedom of speech, religious liberty, the sanctity of life, school choice, and the right to bear arms;
      • The Michigan Republican Party, Right to Life Michigan, Young Americans for Freedom, the National Rifle Association (NRA), and the Michigan Family Forum.
      Causes and organizations we won’t support:
      • Socialism, communism, racism, sexism, government-controlled healthcare, unnecessary tax increases, the Green New Deal, abortion, and prioritizing gender identity over human biology;
      • The Democratic Party, the Socialist Party of Michigan, Planned Parenthood, the Human Rights Campaign, and Lambda Legal.

      Of course, not everyone agrees with our views. We understand. In the political world, differences are common. But how we respond to differences matters too. For instance, we will create literature saying “Support Choice” for a school-voucher initiative, but not for a Planned Parenthood advocacy campaign. Or we will promote “An Economy that Works” event for Republicans, but not for Socialists. But voicing our views shouldn’t stop others from voicing theirs. We respect everyone’s freedom to express what they believe.


      This is also a ThinkRight distinctive. Belief in the freedom to disagree. It’s part of our conservative values.


      And it’s these values we stick to when selecting the causes and candidates we support. Bottom line: we will work with everyone regardless of their race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity, but we cannot accept a project that requires us to promote messages, causes, or political platforms—such as those mentioned above—that violate our faith or contradict our conservative political beliefs.


      If our political beliefs match the ones you’re promoting, we look forward to working together to advance those values that will help make our country better—for everyone.