Young Hoosiers Tell Joe Donnelly to Stop Spending Away Their Future
Americans for Prosperity – Indiana (AFP-IN) has introduced a new ad featuring young Hoosiers concerned about our nation’s growing debt. “Tell Joe Donnelly to pay attention to our national debt, because I sure have to,” concludes one of the young Hoosiers featured in the ad.
“Hoosiers of all ages are growing more concerned with our country’s increasing debt and Washington’s reckless spending,” stated Chase Downham, Indiana State Director of Americans for Prosperity.
The new 30 second commercial is part of AFP-Indiana’s two week, $700,000 advertisement. Late last week, AFP began their TV buy with an ad encouraging Congressman Joe Donnelly to repeal the President’s health care law and support patient-centered reform.
“Young Hoosiers in particular are worried that Congressman Joe Donnelly’s support for record levels of government spending will harm their chances of realizing the American dream. Our ad encourages Congressman Donnelly to stop his support for wasteful spending.”
Congressman Joe Donnelly supported the failed $1 trillion government stimulus and the $2 trillion health care law.
In addition to the TV ad, AFP-Indiana’s staff will organize the group’s 27,000 activists to make phone calls and knock on doors in order to share this information with their fellow Hoosiers. Already, AFP-Indiana activists have made nearly 40,000 phone calls. There is also the AFP-Indiana sponsored website www.HowsThatCupofJoe.com which highlights Congressman Donnelly’s record on health care and other important issues.
For more information about the TV ad or other AFP grassroots efforts, please contact Chase Downham, 317-627-1451 or 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