Adam Kwasman was elected to the Arizona House of Representatives in 2012 and served as Vice-Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee. He also sat on the Appropriations, Commerce, and Joint-Legislative Budget Committees.
He earned his B.A. (Cum Laude) from Tulane University and M.A. in Economics from George Mason University.
In the legislature, Adam gained notoriety as a leading voice in opposition of the state Medicaid expansion under the ACA. Standing up to both parties and acting as a leading House conservative, Adam was frequently featured on tv, quoted in news articles and other publications in opposition to Obamacare, Common Core and government interference in the free market. Kwasman authored legislation to impose state spending limitations, eliminate the state income tax and join Arizona in an interstate compact for states to call an Article V convention for a federal balanced budget amendment to the US Constitution. His record earned him the "Hero of the Taxpayer" award by Americans for Prosperity, the "Champion of Small Business" award by NFIB and the "Friend of the Family Award" by the Arizona Family Project.
Adam and his wife Orit live in Scottsdale, and in his free time, he enjoys quail, dove and duck hunting, traveling and cooking.