The profile is mostly a glowing portrait of Martin, but it does not shy away from the criticism that his job is a reward for the work Martin did as treasurer for the pro-voucher group All Children Matter:
All Children Matter advocates school vouchers and tuition tax credits that would create incentives for students to attend private schools. The group spent nearly $200,000 on radio ads during the 2004 Missouri gubernatorial race, supporting Blunt’s bid against Democrat Claire McCaskill. Some Blunt opponents say Martin's association with All Children Matter helped him land his new job. "Gov. Blunt was rewarding a pro-voucher interest group by hiring the former treasurer," says Missouri Democratic Party spokesman Jack Cardetti, arguing that Martin would never have been hired had he not helped pour so much money into Blunt’s campaign.