Justin Cleveland is a former staffer with Freedomworks who worked on the Bush "Personal Retirement Account Plan" and in support of Republican candidates supporting a flat tax.
He "obtained his Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Hofstra University [in spring 2005]. While at Hofstra, Justin spent a semester in Washington D.C. during the 2004 presidential election. While in DC, Justin worked closely with former Vice Presidential candidate Jack Kemp, as well as former House Majority Leader Dick Armey at their grassroots organization FreedomWorks. His major accomplishments at FreedomWorks include laying the foundation for the President's Personal Retirement Account Plan and in the successful campaigns of flat taxers Mel Martinez (R. Fla) and Jim DeMint (R. SC)."
Mr. Cleveland has indicated that he wishes to remain anonymous, but this site tracks the activities of groups like Freedomworks and their work on policies affecting the rights and opportunities of Americans.