Jefferson City -- Today Gov. Jay Nixon's task force released their proposal to keep the Rams in St. Louis. They suggest building a new stadium that could cost up to $985 million. While AFP applauds efforts to ...
Group is thanking those who took tough stand, highlighting those who stuck with special interests. JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri chapter of Americans for Prosperity has launched a wall-to-wall multimedia effort following the legislature’s failure to override Governor Jay Nixon’s right-to-work veto. The group said it was spending about $100,000 on direct mail, television ads, […]
JEFFERSON CITY — Beginning on Monday, September 28, 2015 Missourians who live in the St. Louis area can expect to see new TV ads calling on Rep. Conway to support Right-to-Work. The spot points out the fact that Representative Conway did not represent her district and instead voted for special interests by protecting union bosses. […]
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Today Gov. Nixon stood between Missourians and freedom as the Missouri State Legislature failed to override his veto of HB116, right-to-work legislation. In May, the Legislature voted to pass this worker freedom law, but Governor Nixon vetoed the legislation while profiting from special interests. Americans for Prosperity Missouri has conducted an […]
JEFFERSON CITY — According to recent statewide polling data, Missourians are overwhelmingly in favor of standing up against Governor Jay Nixon’s executive overreach by overriding his veto of job-creating Right to Work legislation. By a 47-39 margin, Missourians are more likely to re-elect a legislator who votes to override Governor Nixon’s job-killing veto on September 16th. […]
JEFFERSON CITY — Missourians will begin hearing radio ads across the state asking them to thank Speaker Todd Richardson for opposing Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of Right to Work. The group recognizes the Speaker’s leadership and stands with him against the status quo. Americans for Prosperity Missouri has been active in the battle to override Gov. […]