It is essential to have a voice in our legislature 12 months a year, as the legislative process starts NOW. If you wait too long on an issue, it will pass you by.
John Hallman is an active, longtime voice in all levels of Florida politics and is a veteran of advocating issues of liberty in the Florida legislature. John also has served as the State Director for FreedomWorks; the pro-free market organization as well as Deputy Director of Florida Stop Lawsuit Abuse.
While in Tallahassee, John has represented such groups as Florida Taxpayers Union, Cut Property Taxes Now, The Second Amendment Coalition of Florida and The Florida Campaign for Liberty.
Besides his work in Tallahassee, John also serves on the Leadership Team of the Liberty Empowerment Institute. John teaches activists training schools, is a frequent guest on radio talk shows and has written numerous articles promoting the cause of individual liberty.
Paul Henry is a retired Florida law enforcement officer that has been active in politics since 2009. He is the founder of the citizen’s group Floridians Against REAL ID and has worked as a lobbyist since 2011, including time with the Florida Campaign for Liberty. During his time as a lobbyist, he has authored several bills that were filed, to include the Florida Motorist Rights Restoration Act that dealt with red light cameras, and bills to repeal or modify the REAL ID act as enacted in Florida.
His numerous and consistent appearances at the Florida Legislature have earned him the nickname with some legislators of “The Red Light Camera Guy”. He is available to speak to groups in North Florida on legislative and liberty issues.
He supports constitutional law enforcement and approaches liberty lobbying with the same drive, research, and analysis that allowed him to successfully close criminal cases, such as when he located one of Florida’s most-wanted fugitives in 2003.
As a United States Marine veteran, Alexander knows how to serve his country. That dedication to his country did not end when his service in the military ended, as he became the first Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate from the State of Florida in 2010.
Alex continued involvement in campaigns by working as the Florida regional coordinator for the 2012 Ron Paul campaign and as the State Ground Coordinator for the Adrian Wyllie for Governor 2014 campaign.
Alex's work in politics does not end with campaigns. He is the President of the Liberty First Network. LFN is the liberty lobbying organization based in Florida that works in Tallahassee on positive liberty legislation and educates the citizens on the political process and how they can individually make an impact.
He is passionate about bringing liberty and constitutional principles back to the state that he has called home since he was a small boy and where his family remains.