Deputy state director of Americans for Prosperity
Rachel Payton has a long history of political involvement. In 2000, she volunteered 10 hours to a political campaign for class, and in her own words, became hooked. She’s since volunteered on Jim Talent’s 2002 campaign, Bush-Cheney in 2004 and worked for former Congressman Kenny Hulshof, among others, before being hired as a field coordinator for Americans for Prosperity Foundation in 2012.
On a daily basis, Payton may be planning events or managing social media, conducting grassroots outreach and working with the media.