Campaign links: Adam Hasner (R-FL-22)
Adam Hasner Congressional Candidate Florida District 22
Biography of Adam Hasner
Adam Hasner is lifelong Republican deeply committed to limited government, free markets, American values and a strong national defense. Adam is strongly pro-life and received an “A+” rating from the National Rifle Association for his record on second amendment issues.
His record as an unapologetic conservative has already earned him the endorsement of Mark Levin, Monica Crowley and Erick Erickson as the true conservative in the race for Florida Senate.
Adam served alongside Marco Rubio in the Florida House for six years, and in 2007, he was tapped by then-Speaker Rubio to serve as Majority Leader for the Republican caucus. His strong, principled conservative leadership in the House made him a natural to lead key fight for the elimination of property taxes, for deep cuts in government spending (including his own salary as an elected official) and for accountability and choice in public schools. Adam also believes energy independence is vital for America. Adam fought hard for free-market energy solutions and sponsored legislation to unravel Charlie Crist’s Obama-style cap and trade scheme in Florida.
By speaking from the heart about his mainstream principles, Adam knows how to bring new voters to the Republican banner. Even as a conservative Republican in heavily Democratic Palm Beach County, Adam successfully won re-election three times without ever sacrificing his bedrock principles by campaigning tirelessly and standing strong for conservative principles.
Adam is also a strong national voice for conservative causes: In 2010, Adam led the House Republican effort demanding the United States Congress pass a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution, serving as the founding national Co-Chairman of the citizen action group, Pass The Balanced Budget Amendment. He has also been an unwavering national advocate in support of Israel, has also become a nationally recognized voice in warning about the dangers of radical Islam, and he led the effort to pass Florida’s first in the nation law to divest state pension funds from companies that do business in Iran.
After the term limits he supported sent him back home to Palm Beach County, Adam returned to the private sector, and today serves as the founder of a financial advisory firm. Adam and his wife Jillian live in Boca Raton, Florida.
Biography from Florida House
City of Residence: Delray Beach
Occupation: Business Consultant/Attorney
Spouse: Jillian Hasner
Education: University of Maryland, B.A., 1991, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Student Government Association; Florida State University College of Law, J.D., 1995, Phi Delta Phi
Born: November 25, 1969, Brooklyn, NY
Moved to Florida: 1975
Religious Affiliation: Jewish
Joint Committee on Public Service Commission Oversight
Policy & Budget Council
Rules & Calendar Council
Elected to the House in 2002, reelected subsequently
Majority Leader June 12, 2007-2010
Deputy Majority Leader 2006-June 12, 2007
Other Public Service
House Republican Conference, Chairman
Boca Raton Community Hospital, Board of Trustees
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Palm Beach County, Board of Directors
Florida-Israel Institute, Board of Directors
Florida Research Consortium, Board Member
National Safety Council, South Florida Chapter, Board Member
Reach Out and Read Florida Advisory Board
Palm Beach County Criminal Justice Commission 2002-2004
Palm Beach County Communities in Schools Leadership Council 2002-2003
Take Stock in Children, Mentor 2002-2003
Hank Nuwer Anti-Hazing Hero Award 2010
Republican Club of South Sarasota County, “Statesman of the Year” 2010
Associated Industries of Florida, Champion of Business Award 2006, 2009
Everglades Trust, Legislator of the Year 2009
Florida Chamber of Commerce, “A” Honor Roll 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
Associated Builders and Contractors, Friend of Free Enterprise 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
Christian Coalition of Florida, Faith and Family Award 2005, 2008
Florida Atlantic University President’s Talon Award, recipient 2007
American Cancer Society, Legislator of the Year 2006
Florida Israel Institute, Legislator of the Year 2006
Florida Solar Energy Industries Association, Legislative Appreciation Award 2006
American Cancer Society, Legislator of the Year 2005
Florida Restaurant Association, Government Relations Award 2005
Florida Student Association, Distinguished Service Award 2005
Florida Dental Hygiene Association, Legislator of the Year 2004
Florida League of Cities, Legislative Appreciation Award 2004
Florida LifeCare Residents Association (FLiCRA), Legislator of the Year 2003
Florida Pharmacy Association, Legislator of the Year 2003
Tallahassee Young Republicans, President 1995
Florida House of Representatives, Legislative Intern for Committee on Agriculture 1993-1994
LBJ Congressional Intern for U.S. Rep. Tom Lewis (FL) 1990
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