David Biddulph is a co-founder of the Balanced Budget Amendment Task Force (BBATF). He received his MBA from the University of Michigan and managed corporate pension funds for National Bank of Detroit. He and his wife started a solar company in Orlando, Florida which, after 6 years, was sold to the employees. They started Market Force Corporation in 1984. In the late 1980s, his mother-in-law was forced to move from her retirement home because the taxes rose from $800 to $4,800 in 6 years. In 1993, he formed the Tax Cap Committee. After collecting over 3 million petition signatures, Florida voters approved two Constitutional Amendments: a two-thirds vote to impose a new tax or fee, such as a personal income tax, and a jurisdictional limit on the Florida Supreme Court.


Congressman Ken Buck is a Republican from Windsor, representing Colorado’s 4th Congressional District. He was first elected to Congress on November 4, 2014, and is currently serving his second term in the United States House of Representatives. Ken serves on the House Judiciary Committee and the House Committee on Rules. He serves on the Judiciary Subcommittees on Immigration and Border Security and Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security and Investigations. After law school, Ken worked for Congressman Dick Cheney (R-WY) on the Iran-Contra Investigation and then became a prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice. In 1990 Ken joined the Colorado U.S. Attorney’s Office where he became the Chief of the Criminal Division. Ken’s wife Perry is currently a Representative in the Colorado House. They have two children.