Adam Masters will discuss Americans for Prosperity’s prescriptions for addressing the economic ills of the Biden Administration.EmpowerU Podcast
What are the Repercussions of The Biden Administration’s Policies?
Adam Masters of Americans for Prosperity (AFP) will discuss the Biden Administration’s Economic policies, what AFP views as the flaws of those policies, and AFP’s prescription for correcting course. Topics covered include government spending, inflation, energy policy, and policies that empower workers.
What we will be talking about tonight is Bidenomics, which is Joe Biden’s idea to grow the economy from the middle out and the bottom up, not the top down. The question about Bidenomics is whether it is really working and if so, what are the ramifications of this policy? What has been the impact of injecting trillions of dollars into our economy with the resulting inflation that has transpired?
EmpowerU host Michael Mercier will lead us through tonight’s discussion of Joe Biden and Bidenomics.
Adam Masters is a Grassroots Trainer at Americans for Prosperity. A fifth generation Oklahoman, Adam has seen all types of grassroots efforts before joining the team. He began his political career traveling and on different campaigns and knocking on doors throughout college. After graduating from the University of Oklahoma with a B.A. in Political Science, Adam went to work for former Mayor of Oklahoma City Mick Cornett’s gubernatorial campaign, doing everything from driving the candidate to events, knocking on doors, and making voter phone calls.
After the campaign, Adam helped with grassroots initiatives on various efforts in Texas & Virginia before returning to Oklahoma to work as a Legislative Assistant in the Oklahoma House of Representatives and ultimately mounting his own candidacy for State House.
Following the primary, Adam worked to help flip Oklahoma’s 5th Congressional district, working on behalf of Congresswoman Bice under the Congressional Leadership Fund. Adam comes to the team from a political research firm where he worked as Senior Research Manager, in charge of overseeing polling, market research, and advocacy efforts nationwide.