Campaigns Advisor, Campaigns & External Affairs

Amos Rothstein is a native of Portland, Oregon and currently resides in his chosen home of Boise, Idaho with his very fluffy cat, Betty Ford. A long time political activist, Amos first got involved in politics in 2002 volunteering at 10 years old for a gubernatorial candidate in Oregon. In the 20+ since ‘02, he has been involved in every election cycle serving at nearly every level during his career.

Amos helped coordinate and manage numerous races in Oregon during the ‘06, ‘08, and ‘10 election cycles. He served as a Get Out the Vote field organizer for Mitt Romney’s campaign for President in North Carolina in 2012 and was the Rhode Island State Director for John Kasich’s Presidential Campaign in 2016. Amos was the campaign manager for two successful Congressional races, now Congressman Dan Newhouse (R-WA-04) in 2014 and then Congressman Dave Reichert (R-WA-08) in 2016. He also served on Capitol Hill in the official Office of Congressman Newhouse. During the 2018 cycle he served as the Director of Tracking Operations for the National Republican Congressional Committee and as the Executive Director of the Idaho Republican Party during the 2020 cycle. He also served as a Page to the Republican National Conventions in 2008 and 2012. Amos also served as the Deputy Regional Political Director for The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) covering 5 Southwestern States, as well as the Director of Strategic Communications for the Idaho Association of Commerce & Industry (IACI), Idaho’s largest business lobbying group representing over 50% of the state’s workforce.

Amos received his Undergraduate Degree in Political Science and International Studies from the University of Idaho and is currently a graduate student in Public Administration at Boise State University. In his free time Amos loves cooking and writing restaurant reviews for the local paper, watching and performing stand up comedy, reality TV, spending time with friends and interesting people, and going on long road trips through the American west.