John has spent the last three decades working in the political, lobbying, and non-profit worlds in the areas of high dollar fundraising, direct mail, political strategy, grassroots activism, state and federal legislation, and non-profit management. He is the founder and President of JFT Consulting, Inc., a consulting firm that specializes in political strategy, fundraising, and grassroots lobbying. John also served as the Campaign Manager for the Ron Paul 2012 Presidential Campaign Committee, National Political Director for the 2008 Ron Paul Presidential Campaign, as President of Campaign for Liberty, and as an advisor to Senator Rand Paul’s 2010 campaign for U.S. Senate. Prior to joining Campaign for Liberty, John served as the Vice President of Membership for the Leadership Institute. During his time at LI he raised over $4 million. He also has taught, and continues to teach, at many of LI’s schools. Before joining LI, John spent 14 years with the National Right to Work Committee, serving as Vice President from 1998 to 2004. John was the 1996 GOP candidate for Congress in Virginia’s 2nd district and the Chairman of the Rules Committee at the 1994 Virginia GOP state convention, at the time the largest political convention in American history. Throughout his career John has worked for and advised hundreds of candidates in over 20 states, from small town mayoral races to presidential races. A few notable candidates John has worked for are Ron Paul, Rand Paul, Pat Robertson, Mike Farris, and Jim Gilmore.
Elizabeth Tate has served as the Executive Vice President and Treasurer of America’s Liberty Political Action Committee (ALPAC) since 2012. In this role, Elizabeth oversees the day-to-day operations of ALPAC, manages all PAC finances and accounting, handles all HR details and manages all event planning. Elizabeth brings over a decade of experience in nonprofit and PAC management, fundraising, event planning, database management, and campaign experience to ALPAC. She has worked on a number of local, state, and federal campaigns including the 2008 and 2012 Ron Paul for President campaigns and the 2010 Rand Paul for Senate Campaign. Elizabeth is originally from New Jersey and earned her BA in Political Science with a concentration in Public Policy from Monmouth University.
Matthew Burrow holds a Bachelor’s degree from Mississippi State University, where he was co-founder and President of the Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) chapter on campus. Upon graduating in May 2010, he joined the National Right to Work Committee as field staff in the Big Labor battleground states of Iowa and Indiana prior to becoming Director of Membership at Ron Paul’s Campaign for Liberty, a grassroots lobby advancing the constitutional principles of sound money, free markets, and individual liberty. Matthew served as a Delegate (VA-08) to the 2012 Republican National Convention, was twice elected as Chairman of the Arlington-Falls Church (VA) Young Republicans (2012-2014), and served a two-year term on Virginia’s Republican State Central Committee (2014-2016). Matthew married his wife, Holly, on Constitution Day 2016, and they live in Birmingham, Alabama, with their two Australian shepherds, Beans and Nancy.
Jacob is a software engineer and web designer who studied at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, MD where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems, Computer Science, and Cyber Security. Jacob founded a Young Americans for Liberty chapter at the Mount and spent his college years attending every political event and conference possible as well as taking political leadership courses. Since graduation in 2016 he has been working full time as a software engineer and lending his web design and digital media skills to America’s Liberty PAC to advance the cause of liberty for every American citizen.