Jeff Bell

Jeff Bell is a strategist, author, and two-time Republican nominee for the United States Senate from New Jersey (1976 and 2014). Jeff Bell became active in politics in the 1960s and worked with Presidents Nixon and Reagan and alongside then-congressman Jack Kemp. Bell was instrumental in Ronald Reagan’s adoption of “supply-side” economics. He has long been an advocate for sound money, the gold standard, and what he calls “conservative populism.” A former president of the Manhattan Institute, Bell is the author of two books: Populism and Elitism, and The Case for Polarized Politics: Why America needs Social Conservatism.