A Bit About Adam
Adam Frisch is a local businessman, family man, and former city councilman. Adam has been a workhorse on the Western Slope for two decades—supporting our small business owners, focusing on conservation issues that are important to every Coloradan, and making sure rural America becomes a focus again in Washington, DC.
Adam's background in business means he understands our economy, and he has the experience to make it work for everyone. He knows that creating good-paying jobs and fighting inflation must be the top priorities for our representative, not sideshow theatrics.
Adam has a long record of public service and fiscal responsibility. He chaired the Pitkin County’s financial review committee from 2005 to 2011, and then was elected to Aspen City Council. As a City Councilman, Adam played a vital role on a number of important issues:
- Worked to develop housing opportunities that serve workers and their families;
- Helped lead efforts to pass a sales tax to support schools;
- Expanded and secured long-term water rights for the community;
- Increased childcare subsidies and the total number of slots available for infants and toddlers.
Adam’s wife, Katy Frisch, is the president of her family’s manufacturing business and the current president of the Aspen School Board. They have a 16-year-old son and a 15-year-old daughter. On the weekends, they enjoy exploring rural Colorado and discovering new outdoor adventures.
Adam is a patriotic mainstream businessman who has the experience to work with both parties to cut inflation, create local economic growth and jobs, and make our communities safer and stronger. He’ll put Colorado first, keep America strong, and beat Lauren Boebert.
He has the experience and background to get our economy back on track and to tackle the vital issues facing rural Colorado families.