Adam Jarchow was raised in rural western Wisconsin and graduated from Clear Lake High School in 1997. He attended the University of South Florida for his undergraduate and graduated with a B.S. in Finance in 2001. This is also where he met his wife, Barbara.
In 2004, he earned his J.D. from the University of Florida Law School. After beginning his law practice in Florida and Minnesota, Adam returned home with his family. They now live in Balsam Lake.
Adam and Barbara attend Hope Evangelical Free Church in Osceola with their twins Bo and Megan. Adam also serves as a volunteer member of the Apple River Fire Department and sits on the board of the Polk County Economic Development Corporation.
Adam was first elected in 2014. Currently, Adam is Co-Chair of the Joint Review on Criminal Penalties Committee and Vice-Chair of the Committee on Financial Institutions. In addition, he sits on the following committees below: