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RICHMOND, VA – Today, amid the impending General Assembly special session, the grassroots group Americans for Prosperity-Virginia (AFP-VA) launched a mail and digital ad campaign showing gratitude to select lawmakers for their leadership on important education, regulatory, and health care policy issues. The ads, titled “Thank You,” honor Delegates Nick Freitas, Michael Webert, Dawn Adams, Glenn Davis and Roxann Robinson, and State Senator Siobhan Dunnavant as policy champions in their respective areas and will air in their legislative districts starting March 21. See sample ads/mail below:
AFP-VA also announced, “A New Vision for the Old Dominion” Tour today to promote their 2022 legislative agenda across the entire state. The tour is set to start in Glen Allen, Virginia on March 22, with 15 subsequent stops throughout the state. It will feature AFP-VA’s Old Dominion policy plan, which offers a clear roadmap to breaking down the barriers that inhibit Virginians from reaching their full potential.
AFP-VA State Director J.C. Hernandez issued the following statement:
“We are deeply grateful to the lawmakers who worked to advance standard-of-life improving economic, health care, and education legislation in the General Assembly. These policies will help to create ample opportunities for Virginian workers, provide personal health care options for those seeking quality & affordable medical care, and expand educational opportunities for students. We now urge legislators to return to Richmond and pass a budget that will make these priorities a reality for Virginians. I’m grateful to our activists who consistently work to garner support for these measures, and look forward to furthering our efforts and education across the state with the ‘A New Vision for the Old Dominion’ tour.”
AFP-VA’s legislative agenda going into 2022, “A New Vision for the Old Dominion,” focuses on three key initiatives surrounding the economy, health care, and education.
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