Americans for Prosperity is a grassroots movement of over 2.3 million activists nation wide who advocate and promote limited government, lower taxes, and more freedom. We have over 38,000 activists across the state of Nebraska who are taking action every day on behalf of the free market movement and influencing decision makers. Whether it’s calling members of congress, gathering with fellow activists, or attending an AFP event in their neighborhood – AFP activists are making a difference in the fight against big government on the local and national level.
We encourage you to join the over 38,000 AFP activists of Nebraska and the 2.3 million activists nation wide on the front line in the fight against big government. As an AFP activist we will provide you with action alerts that allow you to contact your elected officials, updates on how you can promote limited government, and provide you with the tools to make your voice heard.
Meet the Staff
Brad Stevens – Nebraska State Director
Brad launched the Nebraska chapter of Americans for Prosperity in 2009. Our state chapter grew from 500 members in Spring 2009 to over 40,000 today. As Nebraska’s state director Brad has led the effort to put grassroots pressure on Ben Nelson and Bob Kerrey to renege on their support of ObamaCare and job-crushing tax hikes.
Brad has been active at the local level, appearing regularly at the Legislature and local City Hall’s across the state fighting for tax relief and against reckless government spending. Brad graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in Political Science and Bellevue University with a Masters in Public Administration. Brad and his wife, Ashley, have a baby girl named Ella.
Matt Litt – Deputy State Director
Matt Litt, a native Nebraskan, completed his B.A. at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2009. Litt has also earn his M.Ed. from UNL. Before coming to AFP Nebraska, Litt spent two years at Benedictine College in Atchison, KS serving as a residence hall director and as the Director of Student Activities. While working at BC, Litt urged students to become more civically engaged and working with AFP Nebraska will allow him to do just that.