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Will knock doors, making phone calls to citizens in Jackson on Saturday about issues facing Mississippi
JACKSON, MS – On Saturday, March 25, Americans for Prosperity Mississippi (AFP-MS) will be door knocking and making phone calls to fellow citizens about issues facing the Magnolia State. This will be part of the organization’s first statewide Day of Action of the year.
AFP-MS State Director Starla Brown released the following statement:
“Our fellow citizens know firsthand the strengths and the weaknesses of our state, and connecting with them is the first step towards engaging their support. Specifically, we are excited to talk with Mississippians about the need to unleash health care to give everyone affordable, personalized care, to give parents more control over their children’s education, and to rein in overspending and overregulation that has led to record high inflation. Grassroots engagement is a crucial part of understanding the issues and activating citizens interested in making the Magnolia State the best place to live, work, and raise a family.”
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