Ed Hiserodt

Ed has over 35 years as an electrical representative dealing primarily with variable frequency drives, programmable logic controllers, transformers and similar electromechanical devices. He has done start-ups or troubleshooting in 22 states, some of them many times.


Ed is active in conservative politics including two terms as Chairman of the American Conservative Union. He writes article on science and engineering for The New American magazine. Ed is the author of Underexposed: What if Radiation is Actually Good for You? that deals with the beneficial effects of low level radiation. The book has been translated in Dutch and French and recently re-published by the Oregon Institute for Science and Medicine.


Ed has six children scattered across the county (including Texas) and a whole bunch of grandchildren.