Before joining the Freedom Foundation, Matthew worked as supervisor at the Washington State Department of Agriculture, where he coordinated efforts between federal and state agencies, tribes, and volunteer organizations in the Puget Sound.
Grassroots politics has provided Matthew with many unique and sometimes controversial experiences. These experiences range from successfully building coalitions between different factions to training and organizing volunteers to maximize their effectiveness.
Matthew's passion for freedom to educate citizens about their Constitutional rights is strong and unwavering.
"I not only measure success by results, bu t by the integrity of the action taken to achieve the result." —Matthew H.
On its unintentionally hilarious website, the Northwest Accountability Project — a shadowy, union splinter group whose one and only employee is paid a six-figure salary to do nothing but trash the Freedom Foundation — includes this chilling description of what our canvassers are up to
Government employee collective bargaining meetings have no place being conducted behind closed doors and on September 7th, 2016 Lincoln County shattered a history of secrecy by becoming the first local government to pass a resolution to open their collective bargaining contacts to the public.
Flawed union arguments used in local governments around Washington to oppose transparency in collective bargaining