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Denver-Area Activist Joins AFP’s Team Colorado

January 14, 2014

Molly Vogt Brings Proven Grassroots Leadership to the Job Parker – Colorado’s largest grassroots free market group today announced the hiring of Denver-area activist Molly Vogt as the second of two field coordinators in the state, bringing the number of state chapter staff to four. Along with Northern Colorado Field Coordinator Rudy Zitti, Vogt will […]

Deeds Mean More than Words, Governor Hickenlooper

January 09, 2014

Americans for Prosperity-Colorado State Director Dustin Zvonek released the following statement in response to Gov. John Hickenlooper’s January 9th State of the State address.  “This governor has been masterful at sounding very reasonable in public pronouncements, but then turning around and supporting pieces of legislation and policies that betray a much more radical side, so […]

Key Common Core Critic Sandra Stotsky Coming to Colorado

January 07, 2014

Should National Backlash Prompt Second Thoughts Here? Fort Collins – Americans for Prosperity and allied groups are bringing a key critic of the latest federal education fad to Colorado later this month to answer the question: What’s so controversial about Common Core? Dr. Stotsky, a renowned educator and expert on the problems with Common Core, […]

AFP Invites Citizen-Watchdogs to Get Their Growl On

December 17, 2013 J

Taxpayers Become Whistleblowers with Help of New Website Parker, Colorado — Ferreting-out wasteful government spending isn’t just for expects anymore, thanks to a new project, launched this week by Americans for Prosperity, that puts the power to track federal government expenditures and contracts at the fingertips of average citizens. With its easy-to-use search functions and […]

AFP-Co Disappointed by House Budget ”Deal” Vote

December 13, 2013

AFP-Co Responds to  Budget ”Deal” Vote Parker, CO – Americans for Prosperity Colorado State Director Dustin Zvonek issued the following statement in response to tonight’s disappointing vote on the Ryan-Murray budget “deal.” “From our standpoint, any “deal” that  replaces the spending limits promised in the Budget Control Act with more Washington gimmicks and promises for future fiscal […]