It’s time for government to stop meddling in America’s energy markets. Hardworking Virginians deserve an energy policy that is based on market principles, not one that is based on extending handouts to politically connected industries, such as the wind PTC.
JOIN US FOR A FULL DAY OF GREAT SPEAKERS, LUNCH, AND A VISIT TO YOUR LEGISLATORS
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7th at 9:30 am AT THE BELL TOWER
JOIN NATIONAL PRESIDENT TIM PHILLIPS, STATE DIRECTOR AUDREY JACKSON ALONG WITH LT. GOVERNOR BILL BOLLING, ATTORNEY GENERAL KEN CUCCINELLI, DELEGATES BEN CLINE AND BRENDA POGGE, AND MAYBE SOME SURPRISE GUESTS!!
A FREE bus will be available from Virginia Beach and Roanoke!
The bus will pick up and return at these location
Roanoke: Daleville Kroger, 72 Kingston Drive.
Lexington: Wal-Mart located on Rt 11
Staunton: WalMart, 1028 Richmond Ave. Staunton
Virginia Beach: Indian River Park and Ride, 970 Reon Drive, Virginia Beach
Hampton Roads: Coliseum Circle Mall, behind Target
Williamsburg: WalMart, 731 E. Rochambeau Drive, back of parking lot.
Ahhh… the good old days of the incandescent lightbulb. Here’s to you bright light.
Thanks to conservative activists like you, Virginia has earned a reputation for keeping taxes low, creating jobs, and preventing the worst federal regulations from crossing the Potomac. Nonetheless, our work is not done. The new year will bring new challenges and opportunities to advance conservative principles and make Virginia even stronger
That is why we are excited to announce Audrey Berkshire Jackson as the new state director of the Americans for Prosperity Virginia chapter.
Audrey will be working hard to give you a voice in Washington DC, Richmond, and your local government. She will lead AFP VAs on key issues concerning our economic freedom and prosperity.
About a dozen members of Americans for Prosperity-Virginia today urged Rep. Gerry Connolly (11th District) to support HR2587, which would prohibit the National Labor Relations Board from ordering any employer to close, relocate, or transfer employment under any circumstance. The AFP supporters met with Connolly representatives at the Congressman’s Prince William County district office.
The meeting was civil, cordial and productive, as AFP urged Connolly, who is publicly undecided on the bill, to vote for its passage when it comes up for a House vote as early as this week.
The legislation is in response to the NLRB lawsuit against Boeing, which wanted to produce its new 787s in South Carolina rather than Washington state. South Carolina is a right-to-work state, while Washington is not.
This is also very relevant to Virginia as the northern-most right-to-work state.
Virginia Director for AFP Trixie Averill issued the following statement: