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AFP OHIO LAUNCHES MAJOR TV BUY CALLING FOR DEFEAT OF TED STRICKLAND FOR SENATE

August 18, 2015

COLUMBUS — Today, Americans for Prosperity announced a seven-figure TV and digital effort across the state of Ohio addressing former Governor Ted Strickland’s failed policies as governor, which led to jobs leaving the state during his tenure. The video features testimonial from an Ohio resident who lost his job due to Strickland’s destructive policy agenda. The […]

AFP OHIO REACTS TO BIENNIAL BUDGET ANNOUNCED TODAY

July 01, 2015

Some praise and concern offered by Deputy State Director, Baylor Myers COLUMBUS — With Governor Kasich’s signature on the biennial budget, Americans for Prosperity Ohio is reacting to both the pros and cons it sees. AFP Ohio is the state’s foremost group of grassroots activists engaged in promoting economic prosperity. AFP Ohio Deputy State Director […]

AFP OHIO THANKS LEGISLATORS FOR LETTING EX-IM BANK EXPIRE

June 30, 2015

COLUMBUS — Today the crony Export-Import Bank has expired and will no longer be funded. This is a huge victory for taxpayers across the country, but specifically those here in Ohio who made their voices heard against re-authorization of the corporate welfare scheme. AFP Ohio Deputy State Director Baylor Myers released the following statement regarding the expiration: […]

AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY OHIO REACTS TO KING V. BURWELL DECISION

June 25, 2015

Health care is about people, not politics COLUMBUS — Americans for Prosperity Ohio, the state’s foremost grassroots advocate for healthcare freedom, reacts to a decision in the controversial Supreme Court King v. Burwell case. AFP Ohio Deputy State Director Baylor Myers said, “Obamacare’s victims still have no answers today. Families all across Ohio have been dealing […]

Americans for Prosperity Ohio: Streetcar Project Should Stay Within Budget

June 12, 2015

Americans for Prosperity Ohio: Streetcar Project Should Stay Within Budget COLUMBUS – Americans for Prosperity – Ohio issued the following statement regarding the contract proposals for Cincinnati’s streetcar.  The City Council has debated the streetcar proposals and has scheduled a special session the morning of Wednesday the 17th to come to a decision. “We believe […]