Americans for Prosperity Colorado Announces Issue Advocacy Effort in State Senate District 11
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Today, Sean Paige with Americans for Prosperity announced an issue advocacy effort in State Senate District 11. The effort will highlight liberal Senate President John Morse’s tax and spend policies and will include a robust canvassing effort and mailers. The effort to put grassroots pressure on Morse will involve AFP’s 67,000 activists across Colorado.
“Whether it was Morse’s vote on the Marriage Tax, the Increase Motor Vehicle Fee Emergency Services, the Elimination of the Senior Property Tax Homestead Exemption, the Faster Bill, or the countless other votes he has on record, John Morse has a consistently done everything in his power to raise taxes,” said Sean Paige, Deputy State Director of Americans for Prosperity. “For years Morse has put the interests of Denver, Washington and New York City above the needs of his constituents, and it’s time for him to start putting the residents of SD 11 first.”
Recently, John Morse voted for SB 252, which increases the renewable mandates costing Coloradans $4.1 Billion. “John Morse’s war on rural Colorado and his lousy record of representing his constituents is unacceptable.. AFP plans a robust effort to persuade Morse to reject his tax and spend policies and to embrace economic freedom.”
For further information or an interview, please contact Sean Paige at firstname.lastname@example.org or (719) 337-0355.