Articles by AMAC, Jeff Szymanski

Jeff Szymanski

Jeff’s title at AMAC is political communications, and he works in our Leesburg, FL office.

Jeff holds a B.A. in political science from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a master’s degree in political science from the University of Oklahoma.  His background and experiences are diverse, having worked in travel, state government, real estate, and as a high school social studies teacher in Massachusetts for 15 years before relocating to Central Florida in 2016.  

In the policy realm, Jeff was a budget analyst for the Rhode Island Legislature where he did fiscal research and gave testimony about revenues and expenditures to committees.      

Jeff is the “political junkie” at AMAC and currently writes, performs research, answers member political questions, and represents the organization at events like CPAC, candidate forums, and candidate Meet & Greets. 

Among the issues Jeff has been passionate about, besides high budget deficits and debt, is education, and specifically keeping kids in the classroom for IN PERSON LEARNING. 

Away from work, Jeff enjoys traveling and has visited over 100 countries on 6 of the 7 continents.


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Giving Thanks This Holiday Season Rather than Giving In

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2021 COLA Announced — Good News/Bad News

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Who is John James in Michigan?

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AMAC Revamps Social Security Guarantee. Notes Now More Important Than Ever.

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Politics and School Reopenings Don’t Mix

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A “Systemic” Problem with all Police? Not so fast.

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Liberal Hypocrisy – Pandemics and Protests


Accountability in The CARES Act


Competing Demands Within The CARES Act

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Social Security Recipients WILL Get Stimulus Checks