Adam JonesAdam has achieved success at the most challenging jobs in politics and government. Since entering the political arena, Jones has become a respected political strategist across the nation. Having worked on local, state, and federal elections, Adam brings a keen understanding of obstacles facing political and issue campaigns at every level. Adam is a veteran of two presidential campaigns, serving as the Western States Regional Director for John McCain for President in 2008 and coordinating celebrity engagement for Romney for President in 2012. Adam is responsible for Emmy, Golden Globe, and Legend award winning actors Kelsey Grammer, Jon Voight, Patricia Heaton, Dennis Miller and John Ratzenberger campaigning on behalf of the Republican Party’s Presidential candidates. He continued to develop those relationships and is now considered a key liaison between Hollywood and conservative campaigns.
Adam has managed two United States Senate races and served as the Executive Director of the North Dakota Republican Party. In 2010, he implemented strategies that led to the largest Republican legislative gains in North Dakota’s history while also providing the platform for the Republicans to capture the sole U.S. House of Representatives position along with the U.S. Senate seat. In 2013, Nevada Lt. Governor Brian Krolicki tapped Adam to be his Chief of Staff. In this capacity, Adam oversaw the day-to-day operations of the office along with providing counsel on important issues facing the State of Nevada.
Following the 2014-midterm elections, Adam co-founded The Foundation for America with legendary actor John Ratzenberger. Under Adam’s leadership, the foundation raised and donated over $1.4 million to programs dedicated to bringing skilled labor and manufacturing back to America. In addition to his charitable work with the Foundation for America, Jones volunteers as an advisor to PGA Tour professional Ernie Els’s foundation, Els for Autism and the Gary Sinise Foundation. Jones returned to the political arena in 2015 when he was selected by the Koch political network to lead Americans for Prosperity in Nevada. Adam built a grassroots organization that the New York Times referred to as the “largest conservative movement in Nevada”.