About Emmett

Emmett Reistroffer

Emmett Reistroffer is from Sioux Falls South Dakota

is a passionate activist in heart and a popular political consultant by trade. Reistroffer founded Jefferson Adams Consulting on the 4th of July of 2011, in honor of our founding fathers in pursuit of helping people succeed at engaging with government and impacting society. A practical and fair idealist, Emmett is working eagerly to influence the American political process as a game-changing strategist and a rising revolutionary voice.

Reistroffer testifies he can relate to many different perspectives and ideologies of the political spectrum, and is dedicated to working fairly with both major parties; and relentless about ensuring non-traditional and Independent candidates are equally able to compete in elections. He has an impressive track record of turning out voters, building grassroots organizations from the ground up and helping campaigns succeed in several states.

Born in 1990 in Rochester Minnesota, Emmett’s family shortly after moved to Sioux Falls, SD, the hometown of his parents and many ancestors where he was raised and went to school. He grew up in the McKennan Park neighborhood and has a older brother and younger sister. He currently lives and works in downtown Sioux Falls and works regularly in Washington D.C. and Denver, Colorado.

In 2014, Reistroffer took the Sioux Falls City Council by storm as one of the youngest residents to run for an At-Large seat. Bringing out many first time voters, he earned nearly 20% in a three-way race with a popular incumbent and a seasoned state lawmaker. He plans to continue to advocate for a “Bold Vision” in Sioux Falls and is an active volunteer in the community.

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In this Dec. 8, 2011, file photo taken at the Department of Motor Vehicle office in Littleton, Colo., Emmett Reistroffer, second from left, and Justin Dreyer, second from right, collect signatures on a petition to legalize marijuana in Colorado.
In this Dec. 8, 2011, file photo taken at the Department of Motor Vehicle office in Littleton, Colo., Emmett Reistroffer, second from left, and Justin Dreyer, second from right, collect signatures on a petition to legalize marijuana in Colorado.

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