AFP-Wisconsin: Announces New Deputy State Director

October 01, 2013

AFP-Wisconsin: Announces New Deputy State Director

Sean Lansing joins State Director David Fladeboe in Wisconsin office

Madison…  Americans for Prosperity—Wisconsin announced Tuesday that Sean Lansing has been named the organization’s new Deputy State Director. Lansing succeeds David Fladeboe, who became AFP—Wisconsin’s State Director in August after Luke Hilgemann was named Americans for Prosperity’s national Chief Operating Officer.

“Sean brings a great deal of experience in local, state and national politics and advocacy to our organization, and I am thrilled to be working with him,” said Fladeboe. “His experience will go a long way toward helping us continue the fight for economic freedom here in the Badger State.”

“It is great to be back home in Wisconsin, and I am looking forward to working with David and the nearly 130,000 AFP members across the state to build on the tremendous success they have achieved,” said Lansing. “The work done by David, Luke and our members during the past two-plus years has no doubt put Wisconsin on the path toward a brighter, more prosperous future.”

Prior to joining AFP-Wisconsin, Lansing served as Press Secretary for Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal. Lansing also has experience in the Wisconsin State Legislature and with local and statewide campaigns across Wisconsin.

Americans for Prosperity (AFP) is the nation’s premier grassroots organization of citizen leaders working at the state and local level and committed to advancing every individual’s right to economic freedom and opportunity. AFP educates and engages citizens in support of restraining state and federal government growth and returning government to its constitutional limits. For more information, visit


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