“Free the Grid” Tour Stops in Wilmington on Nov. 12

October 09, 2015

Energy drives North Carolina’s economic growth, but Big Government raises costs. Join Americans for Prosperity North Carolina’s Free the Grid Tour Get Free Tickets Today!  presented by The EPA’s “Clean Power Plan” and North Carolina’s “Renewable Portfolio Standard” threaten to strangle our state’s economy to advance a political agenda, serving “green energy” interests with corporate welfare instead […]

AFP Blocks Bogus “Green” Energy “Stakeholders” Study

September 24, 2015

State Director Donald Bryson “Speaks Candidly” About “Slanted Study” RALEIGH – Americans for Prosperity North Carolina State Director Donald Bryson sent the following email to members of the N.C. House Finance Committee on Wednesday urging opposition to a proposed “Renewable Energy Economic Development Study” committee stacked with industry advocates and government staff. The legislation proposing the […]

Thank You Governor Pat McCrory, Senator Phil Berger and Speaker Tim Moore for Tax Cuts

September 21, 2015

“Tax relief and real reform” RALEIGH – Americans for Prosperity’s North Carolina chapter thanked Gov. Pat McCrory, Senate Pro Tem Phil Berger and Speaker of the House Tim Moore Monday for delivering a second round of tax relief statewide in the 2015 biennium budget. “Their strong leadership on state spending demonstrates priorities and and an improved policy approach to […]

AFP’s Ground Game Delivers Statewide Tax Cuts

September 21, 2015

“Something special”  RALEIGH – Americans for Prosperity North Carolina thanked its activists and staff statewide for a successful grassroots effort advocating income tax cuts proposed by the N.C. Senate.  “Our teams showed something special for this movement, knocking on more than 10,000 doors and making more than 30,000 phone calls to promote take-home-pay relief for citizens statewide,” […]

AFP Applauds Pro-Growth Tax Cut, Budget Package

September 16, 2015

“Worth the wait” RALEIGH – Americans for Prosperity’s North Carolina chapter praised General Assembly leaders for proposed reductions in personal income and business taxes as part of the 2015 state budget.  The measure – which passed the Senate 37-13 on Wednesday  – will cut taxes by more than $2 billion, restrain government spending, and keep more […]