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Actress, Activist Janine Turner Helps AFP Get out the Vote

November 04, 2014

Turner talks ObamaCare, economy in robocall to 500K Americans. Arlington, Va.– Americans for Prosperity has recruited actress and activist Janine Turner to call out across the country and help the organization turn out voters on Election Day. Turner, who came to fame on the television series Northern Exposure, made about 500,000 nonpartisan calls on November 3 and 4. Turner urged […]

AFP Video: What Have Incumbents Done for You?

October 25, 2014

Arlington, Va. — Americans for Prosperity released six new videos today that have Americans pondering what incumbent lawmakers have accomplished for them. Ami Horowitz took to the streets in North Carolina, Arkansas, Louisiana, Alaska, Iowa and Colorado with a simple question: “what have they done for you out there in DC?” View the videos to […]

Americans for Prosperity Releases New Game: Red Tape Rush!

October 20, 2014 J

Challenges Players to Clear “Red Tape” from Medication Arlington, Va. – Today Americans for Prosperity released a newly created Facebook game called “Red Tape Rush.” The game challenges players to clear pills covered by red tape by making rows of three or more. The Facebook game reminds players that millions of Americans are now struggling to obtain the health care they […]

Americans for Prosperity Launches “Not Another Ad”

October 15, 2014

Innovative ad campaign is sorry about interrupting your YouTube video Arlington, Va. – Today Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s foremost grassroots advocate for economic freedom, announced the launch of a new, six-figure ad campaign that will run on digital platforms in several states for the next few weeks, including Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, and Iowa. The […]

Americans for Prosperity Comments on New HealthCare.gov

October 10, 2014

Arlington, Va. – Today Americans for Prosperity responded to reports that the Obama administration will not display health insurance premiums for 2015 on HealthCare.gov until the second week of November. The Department of Health and Human Services originally planned for 2015 open enrollment to begin Oct. 15, 2014. But in Nov. 2013, following the botched rollout of HealthCare.gov, the […]