Americans for Prosperity Continues Path to Prosperity in Virginia Tour in Culpeper

May 24, 2017 by AFP

RICHMOND, VA – Americans for Prosperity-Virginia (AFP-VA) continued its Path to Prosperity in Virginia tour yesterday with an event in Culpeper. The event, which showcased AFP-VA’s vision for creating more prosperity and opportunity for all Virginians, featured speakers including Delegates Nick Freitas and Michael Webert. Both lawmakers have championed AFP-supported legislation to reduce regulatory red tape and reform occupational licenses.

“Culpeper residents, like all Virginians, face taxes and regulations that hinder their ability to support themselves and their families,” said AFP-VA State Director JC Hernandez. “Virginians should be able to keep more of their hard-earned money and eliminate barriers to their success. We thank Delegates Nick Freitas and Michael Webert for joining us and discussing how we keep Virginia as one of the nation’s best places to live, work, and raise a family.”

“AFP understands that the best way we can help our fellow citizens is by removing the barriers to success so often put there by well-meaning politicians. Your ultimate success should not be determined by your political connections,” said Del. Nick Freitas. “AFP fights for that spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship that has lifted millions out of poverty worldwide and it is a privilege to work with them in their efforts here in Virginia.”

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