Jefferson City, MO – Ryan Johnson, President of the Missouri Alliance for Freedom today congratulated MAF’s Legislative Director Jeremy Cady on his acceptance of a position with Americans for Prosperity, Missouri. Beginning in August Jeremy will be AFP’s new Missouri State Director.
“When the position became available I strongly recommended him for the job. I can think of no one better suited to help lead AFP-MO into the future. His commitment to economic freedom and a free market economy paired with his knowledge of the Missouri Legislature will ensure AFP-MO continues its legacy of effective grassroots advocacy. His passion and skill will give Americans for Prosperity great comparative advantage in accomplishing their mission.”
Jeremy has served as Missouri Alliance for Freedom’s Legislative Director for two years. Prior to that he was Speaker Pro-Tem Shane Schoeller’s Chief of Staff and did a short stint with the Missouri Republican Party.
“I am excited about this new challenge and look forward to leading Americans for Prosperity – Missouri. My time with Missouri Alliance for Freedom gave me an incredible opportunity to fight for liberty-minded legislation and that fight continues with AFP-MO.” said Jeremy Cady. “Under Ryan’s leadership, we have accomplished a lot over the past two years. We have helped stop Medicaid expansion, protected medical privacy, advanced labor reform, and much more.”
“I am thankful for the opportunity to have worked with Ryan in upholding conservative ideals in Missouri. Our work together is far from over. We will continue fighting to end cronyism and removing government out of the way so working families may have the opportunity to grow and prosper.”
Jeremy Cady begins his new role with AFP-MO on August 1, 2016. Missouri Alliance for Freedom is an action focused conservative policy advocacy and legislative accountability group. MAF works primarily with the Missouri General Assembly and conservative grassroots. Its mission is advocacy and accountability. Its focus is limited government and individual liberty.