National Day of Action will Kick Off Grassroots Activities Across the Nation
ROGERS – Americans for Prosperity is channeling grassroots frustration with wasteful federal spending into a National Day of Action. In Arkansas and multiple states across the nation, rallies, phone banks, and door knockings will give activists an opportunity to tell Washington to cut spending.
Here in Rogers, AFP will host a multi-state rally with Dana Loesch, nationally syndicated radio host and host of the Dana Show on The Blaze TV and State Senator Bart Hester.
“Arkansans are fed up with Washington’s wasteful spending of their hard-earned tax dollars,” explained Jason Cline, Arkansas state director of Americans for Prosperity. “Rather than sitting at home complaining, AFP activists are showing up to make their voices heard and send a message to Congress that they are paying attention and will hold Congress accountable for it’s failure to cut spending. We look forward to joining with Dana Loesch and Senator Hester for an exciting day of grassroots activism.”
Activists are being bussed to the rally from Kansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri. Similar events are being held in West Virginia, Louisiana, Michigan, and North Carolina. In the rest of the country, activists will participate in the National Day of Action by making calls from their cell phones.
The effort is an opportunity to use Americans for Prosperity’s growing technological resources to channel grassroots frustration towards focused pressure on key members of Congress to cut spending.
For further information or an interview, please contact Jason Cline at 501-765-5665 or JCline@afphq.org.