APRIL 2015 — As cities, counties and other local governments across Arizona begin to adopt tentative budgets for the 2015-2016 fiscal year, the Arizona chapter of Americans for Prosperity urges councilmembers, supervisors and board members to be fiscally responsible. Many local officials earned low scores on AFP-Arizona’s 2015 Local Government Scorecard, and many local officials earned […]
arizona Legislative Alerts
Wow! The Arizona Legislature has ended their legislative session in only 81 days, the fastest session in 50 years. And what a session it was!! The forthcoming 2015 Legislative Scorecard will outline all of the GOOD, BAD, and UGLY from the session, but here’s a taste of the best news. We had some BIG wins!! We […]
Thanks to the Chino Valley PAChyderm Coalition for having AFP-Arizona state director Tom Jenney speak to the group on April 16 at the Bonn Fire in Chino Valley! And thanks to 2014 AFPF Activist of the Year Sue Goodchild for extending the invitation! […]
The Arizona chapter of Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFPF-Arizona) has launched a long-term program – the Liberty and Prosperity Initiative — to bring promising college and high school students (and some young veterans) into the free-market movement, educate them on the basic principles of a free society, and train them to engage in grassroots activism. […]
PHOENIX, Ariz. — Tom Jenney, state director of Americans for Prosperity Arizona, issued the following statement in response to the budget plan released by Gov. Ducey and budget hawks in the Arizona Legislature: “The responsible budget plan by Gov. Ducey and legislative leadership puts the focus on students instead of administrators and bureaucrats. By reducing […]
Thanks to Nancy Hawkins, Irene Littleton, and all of the members of the Western Pinal County chapter of the Arizona Republican Assembly for having AFP-Arizona state director Tom Jenney speak on Monday night, March 2!
March 3, 2015 Dear Phoenix Taxpayer: The Phoenix City Council voted today to refer to the August city ballot a gigantic $30 BILLION tax-and-spend proposal that is light on real transportation options and heavy on light rail. Thanks to Councilmen Sal DiCiccio, Bill Gates and Jim Waring for voting against the proposal! To learn more […]