Idaho Young Republican Executive Board Members & Appointees

Adam Strong

Adam Strong

Chairman

Adam Strong

Brad Christensen

Brad Christensen

Vice-Chairman

Brad Christensen lives in Ammon with his wife and four children. He is a financial advisor at Allegis Wealth Advisors and serves on the Ammon City Council. He has been active in Republican politics since his days at Boise State University and previously worked as the Senior Executive Assistant to Idaho Governor Dirk Kempthorne.

Rob McQuade

Rob McQuade

National Committeeman

Rob McQuade is a 5th generation Idahoan and lives in Boise with his wife and daughter. He is active in the Ada County Republican Central Committee where he serves as second vice chair and a precinct committeeman. After graduating from the University of Idaho, Rob lived in Washington, D.C. where he worked for Senator Larry Craig and the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Veterans' Affairs. While in Washington, he attended George Mason University School of Law and the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctorate.

Christin Clark

Christin Clark

National Committeewoman
Tyler Ricks

Tyler Ricks

Treasurer

Tyler Ricks is a 19-year-old political activist that was born and raised in Idaho. He has been involved with political campaigns in many forms since 2012. When not doing things for IDYR, he serves has Ada County Republican Precinct Committeeman 2008, Ada County Teenage Republicans – Chair, Teens for Raul Labrador for Idaho- Chair, and was formerly the Idaho Teens for Ted Cruz- Chair, and was Idaho for Rand Paul-Assistant Coordinator. When not doing political things he works on his growing political memorabilia collection, listen to music, and enjoying deep conversations on politics, religion, and life.

Ryan Sargent

Ryan Sargent

General Counsel

Former IDYR Chairman, Ryan Sargent is a proud Idaho State Bengal. He was born and raised in the greatest city in the world — Pocatello. After living and working for two years in Australia, Ryan returned home to the blue collar working community of his childhood to attend Idaho State University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Political Science and the University of Idaho where he received his law degree.