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SALT LAKE CITY – Today, Americans for Prosperity-Utah (AFP-UT) announced the launch of a statewide effort where the grassroots group will rally activists to encourage U.S. Sens. Mike Lee and Mitt Romney to reject Biden’s “infrastructure” bill through a series of events across the Beehive State.
The event series will supplement existing layered digital and mail efforts as part of AFP’s national campaign titled “End Washington Waste,” which connects Americans across the country to the harms of, and better alternatives to, Washington’s “infrastructure” proposal. The group seeks to highlight concerned citizens’ opposition to the President’s plan, leading to trillions in wasteful spending and higher taxes.
Tonight, AFP-Utah will host its first event, ‘Any Way You Slice it, Biden’s Infrastructure Plan is a Bad Deal’ at Fat Daddy’s Pizzeria in Provo, UT, starting at 7:30 PM.
AFP-UT State Director Heather Andrews issued the following statement:
“Utahns need to provide our leaders in Washington with the necessary support to vote down this bad bill and move us in a different direction on this issue. DC lawmakers should focus on prioritizing spending in the areas of greatest need and keeping taxes low. Instead, let’s drive meaningful reforms that will truly improve our roads and bridges to help speed up our country’s economic recovery.”
The statewide event series will occur at the following dates and times:
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