“Failing Agenda” Event to Feature Laura Ingraham and Senator Jim DeMint
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Americans for Prosperity continues its nationwide “Obama’s Failing Agenda” bus tour with a fourth swing through the Hoosier State. To date, AFP-Indiana has held 26 “Obama’s Failing Agenda” events across Indiana. One of the stops in this leg will include a special event with Laura Ingraham and Senator Jim DeMint tomorrow at the Conrad Hotel in downtown Indianapolis.
What: Obama’s Failing Agenda Event in Downtown Indianapolis
Who: Tim Phillips, President of AFP
Laura Ingraham, Fox News Contributor and Radio Talk Show Host
United States Senator Jim DeMint of South Carolina
Where: Conrad Hotel, 50 West Washington Street, Indianapolis
When: Reception at 5:30pm, Program at 6:30pm
“The President’s policies are failing to get people back to work and they are failing to get our country back on its feet,” explained Chase Downham, State Director of Americans for Prosperity – Indiana. “Hoosier families understand that you can’t spend your way to prosperity. This is the message we are sending to the President as well as his supporters such as Congressman Joe Donnelly.”
This tour will educate Americans on the most harmful aspects of President Obama’s big-government agenda, and help put grassroots pressure on politicians like Congressman Joe Donnelly to turn away from these destructive policies. The tour includes educational information and a petition addressed to the President for citizens to fill out.
Obama’s Failing Agenda Bus Tour Stops in Indiana
The Failing Agenda bus tour is an issue advocacy effort by Americans for Prosperity and does not expressly advocate for the success or defeat of any candidate for public office. More information is available at www.FailingAgenda.com
For more information please contact Chase Downham by emailing CDownham@afphq.org.
Americans for Prosperity (AFP) is a nationwide organization of citizen-leaders committed to advancing every individual’s right to economic freedom and opportunity. AFP believes reducing the size and intrusiveness of government is the best way to promote individual productivity and prosperity for all Americans. For more information, visit www.americansforprosperity.org