Adam is the son of a Mexican immigrant and a descendant of Mormon pioneers. He is a graduate of Davis High School (go Darts!), and he is proud to call Utah his home. When Adam graduated from law school, he and Andrea decided that Davis County would be the place to plant their roots. They haven’t looked back, and are delighted to be raising their four beautiful sons in Centerville.
Adam is uniquely qualified to bring fresh, moderate leadership to House District 18. As a trial attorney, he fights every day for the rights of the little guy. He has effective advocacy skills and is a devoted team player. Adam knows how to solve problems and work with people of different backgrounds and opinions.
Adam has served in leadership positions his entire life, including service on the boards of the Utah Minority Bar Association, the Utah Young Lawyers Division, and the Utah Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Adam currently serves on the Utah Supreme Court’s Advisory Committee for the Utah Rules of Evidence. He also loves serving in his local LDS congregation.
Adam intends to focus his efforts on improving education, reforming the criminal justice system, and protecting Utah's pristine and beautiful landscapes.