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Joshua Culling
State Government Affairs Manager

Joshua Culling is State Government Affairs Manager for the National Taxpayers Union (NTU), a nationwide grassroots taxpayer organization with 362,000 members. Culling is responsible for implementing NTU's lobbying strategy at the state and local level, by advocating for lower taxes and smaller, more transparent government throughout the country. He is also in charge of organizing and energizing NTU's grassroots membership to fight for taxpayers in their own communities.

Culling's written work has been widely published, and includes appearances in Human Events, the Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star, the Richmond Times-Dispatch, and Budget & Tax News. He has submitted testimony on numerous topics to legislatures across the U.S., including those of Virginia, Maryland, and Colorado.
He has been a guest on numerous talk radio shows in the course of his work to mobilize taxpayers.

Culling previously served with with the American Legislative Exchange Council (an association of state lawmakers), where he worked on energy and tort reform policy. He graduated with a BA in economics from Ohio University.