Coalition to Reduce Spending
A longtime political activist and organizer, Rebekah Bydlak is a native of Pensacola, Florida, and has been involved in small-government advocacy for most of her life. She was homeschooled and later earned her bachelor’s and master’s degree in political science and public administration from the University of West Florida.
In 2013, she began work with the Coalition to Reduce Spending, the only single-issue advocacy organization dedicated to reducing spending and debt. In 2016, at 25 years old, Rebekah ran for US Congress in the open Congressional District 1 race and was endorsed by the Republican Liberty Caucus, former Congressman Ron Paul, Congressman Justin Amash, the Tea Party Patriots, and many others. She currently serves as Executive Director for the Coalition to Reduce Spending and is a frequent commentator on fiscal policy.