Aaron R. Day brings a wealth of entrepreneurial and political experience to the TEXIT Conference. With a career spanning almost three decades, Day has been a key player in diverse industries such as e-commerce, healthcare, blockchain, and clean technology.
Day’s entrepreneurial spirit has been a driving force behind several innovative companies. His ventures have ranged from healthcare to emerging technologies like blockchain and AI. However, his successful healthcare company was severely impacted by government regulations, including Obamacare and Dodd-Frank, which led him to become politically active in 2008.
Since then, Day has been deeply involved in various political and non-profit organizations advocating for freedom and individual liberty. He served as the CEO of a non-profit think tank and launched the Crony Awards to expose government-business collusion. Day also held the position of Chairman of the Free State Project, successfully attracting 20,000 people to move to New Hampshire to create a stronghold of liberty.
In the political arena, Day has held significant roles, including Chairman of the Stark360 SuperPAC and the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire. His activism has been featured in prominent news outlets like Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and Fox News. Day ran as an Independent for the US Senate, contributing to a shift in the Senate’s balance of power. He remains committed to restoring integrity within the Republican Party.
Day’s presidential campaign is built on three pillars: Rise Up: We the People, A New Day for America, and Restore Integrity and American Independence. He is dedicated to reclaiming sovereignty and believes that the Republican Party’s downfall can be attributed to its focus on people over principles.
Aaron R. Day is a proud father of four and a grandfather. He is a graduate of the Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics, and the Humanities and attended both Duke University and Harvard UES.
Aaron R. Day’s multifaceted experience makes him an invaluable contributor to the TEXIT Conference, offering insights into how entrepreneurial skills can be leveraged for political reform and the promotion of individual liberties.