Jimmy Sengenberger / Mr. Seng Style

Jimmy Sengenberger is a 29-year-old Denver-based, constitutional conservative public speaker, writer, political commentator, and talk show host.  Jimmy hosts Jimmy at the Crossroads, a new, livestream webshow and podcast in partnership with The Washington Examiner.  Since September of 2013, he also hosts The Jimmy Sengenberger Show, a three-hour weekend radio program running Saturday nights from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. MTN on Denver’s News/Talk 710 KNUS.  A skilled harmonica player, Jimmy occasionally can be seen sitting in with Denver bands or even heard playing on the shows he hosts!


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From January 2017 through August 2019, when Salem Media announced the sale of 1690 KDMT, Jimmy hosted Business for Breakfast with Jimmy Sengenberger, a three-hour weekday radio show on the station. He continues to serve as President and CEO of the Liberty Day Institute, where he established and oversees the Millennial Policy Center, and can occasionally be heard around the Denver-Metro area performing harmonica with various bands.

In Summer 2019, Jimmy was tapped as the July/August featured “Good Company” interview for ColoradoBIZ Magazine. In June 2018, he was ranked by Western Journal on a list of “11 Up and Coming Young Conservatives You Should Know About,” joining prominent national names like Katie Pavlich, Charlie Kirk, and Candace Owens. Earlier, in January 2016 and again in 2017, he was recognized by NewsMax as one of the 30 most influential Republicans nationally aged 30 and under. In summer 2015, Jimmy was bestowed a similar honor by Red Alert Politics, when he was named one of 30 conservatives under age 30 in the nation. A seasoned talk radio host since college radio in 2008, Jimmy has filled in on such radio stations as Denver radio stations KNUS and KLZ 560, as well as Northern Colorado’s AM 1310 KFKA.


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Effective and Engaging Public Speaker, Popular and Sought-After Political Commentator and Writer

A powerful public speaker, Jimmy has been a featured speaker and panelist at numerous events, ranging from large rallies and Tea Party meetings to university panels and breakfast groups. He has also served as a featured guest on The Hugh Hewitt Show, Colorado’s powerhouse Newsradio 850 KOA, Talkradio 630 KHOW, KNUS, KLZ, and KFKA. Jimmy is a columnist for Colorado Politics and has written in The Washington Examiner, The Federalist, MarketWatch, The Weekly Standard, The Wall Street Journal, Red Alert Politics, Real Clear Markets, The Colorado Statesman, and the Colorado Springs Gazette. He has also been featured in such outlets as Scripps News national, The New Yorker, The Washington Times, The Orange County Register, i24 News, Colorado’s Devil’s Advocate, and Denver Channel 7.

As a student at Regis University (2008-2011) Jimmy launched his first radio show, Seng Center, on campus and served as Editor-in-Chief of the university newspaper. He is graduate of Regis, Summa Cum Laude, with a BA in Politics and a minor in Economics, and is also a proud graduate of the 2012 class of the Leadership Program of the Rockies.


Jimmy’s Favorite Quote

“If more government is the answer, then it really was a stupid question.” ~ Ronald Reagan

Nonprofit Work

Jimmy Sengenberger is currently Chairman and Executive Director of the Millennial Freedom Coalition.  For 7 years, he served as President and CEO of the nonpartisan, nonpolitical Liberty Day Institute, a 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit founded in 1996. The Institute has been dedicated to civic education efforts. Its longest-running initiative educates students, particularly fifth graders, on the U.S. Constitution and American government through Constitution booklets, classroom resources, and school volunteers. As President of the Institute, Jimmy established the Millennial Policy Center, a public policy think tank focused on researching, developing, and sharing public policy solutions based in the very same tenets that guided LDI since 1996.  This led Jimmy to be a go-to speaker and interviewee about how conservatives can win over Millennials.

 



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