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Americans for Prosperity: 222,000 More Reasons to Fire Udall

October 20, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Saturday, October 18, 2014 CONTACT: Dustin Zvonek at 720.219.1451 or DZvonek@afphq.org State Insurance Department Announces Cancellations, Senator Udall Suggests Kicking the Can Again DENVER – Americans for Prosperity responded today to the news that 22,000 Coloradans had their insurance plans cancelled last month and a whopping 200,000 more are expected to lose their plan next […]

Americans for Prosperity: 222,000 More Reasons to Fire Udall

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State Insurance Department Announces Cancellations, Senator Udall Suggests Kicking the Can Again DENVER – Americans for Prosperity responded today to the news that 22,000 Coloradans had their insurance plans cancelled last month and a whopping 200,000 more are expected to lose their plan next month. In the wake of the bombshell announcement Friday afternoon, Senator […]

ICYMI: Udall Struggles to Name Policies in Which He Opposes Obama

October 16, 2014

2nd time this month Udall struggles to identify how his “Colorado Compass” led him to different policies DENVER – Americans for Prosperity drew attention to Senator Udall’s failure to name more than one policy last night in which he opposed the Obama administration. This was the second time the sitting Senator, who claimed that the White House […]

New AFP Ad: Time to Fire Mark “No Regrets” Udall

October 15, 2014

Online Ad Hits Senator Udall for Voting 99% with President Obama DENVER – Americans for Prosperity has released a hard-hitting ad calling on Coloradans to fire Senator Udall for blindly voting with President Obama against their interests. AFP’s new ad focuses on Senator Udall’s 99% voting record with President Obama and support for policies such […]

Mark Udall Opposes The Keystone Pipeline

October 09, 2014

Americans for Prosperity Highlights Udall’s Keystone Position DENVER – Americans for Prosperity today drew attention to Senator Udall’s most recent statement on the Keystone pipeline, showing that he stands with President Obama rather than Colorado. His latest comments, expressing concern that the science is not complete (it is), conflict with his statement just three days earlier in […]