AFP Applauds Senate Cmte. for Opposing Toomey Amdmt.

October 01, 2015

Arlington, Va. — Americans for Prosperity is applauding the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee today for voting down an amendment to the crude oil export bill introduced by Senators Pat Toomey and Dianne Feinstein. The amendment would have ended one part of the Renewable Fuel Standard, the corn ethanol mandate, and Americans for Prosperity had […]

AFP to Congress: Don’t Bring Ex-Im Back from the Dead

September 30, 2015

Group plans major effort, accountability for those who abandon principles. Arlington, Va. — Americans for Prosperity announced today that any attempts by Congress to renew the Export-Import Bank’s charter will be met with staunch opposition from the group’s 2.7 million grassroots activists. The organization led the charge to let the bank’s charter expire, and a spokesman […]

AFP Supports Congressman Pompeo’s Ratepayer Subsidization Protection Amendment to H.R. 8

September 29, 2015

ARLINGTON, VA — Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s foremost grassroots advocate for economic freedom, would like to announce our endorsement and support for Congressman Mike Pompeo’s Ratepayer Subsidization Protection Amendment to H.R. 8, the North American Energy Security and Infrastructure Act of 2015. Congressman Pompeo’s amendment will require States Public Utility Commissions (PUCs) to study […]


August 25, 2015

Organization will offer its highest honor at annual Defending the American Dream Summit. COLUMBUS — Americans for Prosperity announced it would present Rep. Jim Jordan with the Washington Award this weekend at the group’s annual Defending the American Dream Summit in Columbus, Ohio. The Washington Award is the organization’s highest honor, offered to those who not […]

What Was Ted Strickland’s Dream Job? (Hint: It Wasn’t Representing Ohio)

August 19, 2015

Yesterday, Americans for Prosperity unveiled a new ad highlighting how Ohio experienced significant job loss under former Governor Ted Strickland’s watch. Yet, rather than own up to his failed economic policies, Strickland refused to take responsibility. In addition, his supporters strangely attacked Washington special interests, which is the height of hypocrisy considering that Strickland, himself, […]