Belmont University political science graduate Drew Johnson, now a policy analyst with the non-partisan National Taxpayers Union Foundation in Washington D.C., has co-authored a study on the budget proposals of the various candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination. Johnson graduated from Belmont University in 2001 with a BS in Political Science, and also has a Master of Public Policy from Pepperdine University.
His policy study, The Return of Fuzzy Math and Risky Schemes: How Presidential Hopefuls Would Deepen Deficits, is available online here. You can also read Johnson’s op-ed published Monday in the Wall Street Journal online here.
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