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Coverage of Last Night’s Candidate Forum in SD 27

April 24, 2014

From the Richmond Pal-Item: “The four Republican candidates for the Indiana Senate District 27 seat answered questions about taxes and spending, educational freedoms and workplace freedoms Wednesday during a forum sponsored by the Indiana Chapter of Americans for Prosperity.” Read more at the Pal-Item website. Like this post? Chip in $5 to AFP.

AFP Continues ObamaCare Accountability Efforts with New Ads

April 23, 2014

Group launches new six-figure ad buys in Colorado, Louisiana, Michigan, and New Hampshire Arlington, Va. — Today Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s foremost advocate for health care freedom, announced the launch of four new ads in Colorado, Louisiana, Michigan, and New Hampshire. The ads begin running statewide today and will run for several weeks. AFP […]

AFP-Indiana Candidate Forum in Richmond

April 22, 2014

Join the candidates seeking the Republican nomination for Indiana Senate District 27 and Americans for Prosperity-Indiana as we conduct a candidate forum in Richmond on Wednesday April 23 in Richmond. The FREE event will take place at the Lamplight Inn at the historic Leland Hotel.  Topics will cover workplace, taxpayer, and education issues. Click HERE […]

State Senate Candidates to Debate

April 22, 2014

Pal-Item April 17, 2014 Richmond, IN Wayne County residents will have another chance to listen to Republican candidates for the District 27 seat in the Indiana Senate discuss the issues when the IndianSa Chapter of Americans for Prosperity offers a candidates forum Wednesday…. Americans for Prosperity is a non-profit organization that says it advocates for […]

AFP Continues Stand Against $100 million in New Taxes

March 27, 2014

Mass Transit Battle’s Next Stop: Ballot Boxes Indianapolis Star March 27, 2014 The fight over whether to expand mass transit in Central Indiana could be coming to a ballot box near you. If voters approve, it will hit your wallet. After three years of Statehouse lobbying by local government officials and other backers, Gov. Mike […]