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AFP Campaign Tells Senators to Lower Energy Costs Now

Apr 5, 2023 by AFP

ARLINGTON, VA—Today, Americans for Prosperity launched a six-figure ad campaign urging Senators to lower energy costs following the House passage of the bipartisan H.R. 1, the Lower Energy Costs Act. The campaign features digital and connected TV advertising across seven key Senate battleground states and asks Senators to act quickly to unleash American energy abundance.

The Lower Energy Costs Act would unleash the full power of American energy by cutting permit delays and energy taxes, lowering prices from the gas station to the grocery store and making American industry more competitive. Americans for Prosperity led a coalition of more than two dozen organizations that helped move the bill across the finish line in the House last week, and the legislation is now pending in the Senate.

Americans for Prosperity Vice President of Government Affairs Akash Chougule said:

“The House has delivered for the American people and passed bipartisan legislation to unleash our country’s energy abundance. Now it’s the Senate’s turn. For over two years President Biden has waged a war on American energy, and families across the country are paying the price. Americans need Congress to stand up to the Biden Administration’s inflationary agenda and reverse the damage done by Biden’s failed energy policies. We are urging these Senators to make the Lower Energy Costs Act a top legislative priority and deliver it to President Biden’s desk.”

The ads will run in the following states: Arizona, Montana, Nevada, West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

Americans for Prosperity is proud to partner with House Republicans and more than two dozen organizations as we stand united against the Biden Administration’s inflationary agenda and politically fueled war on energy. Read our coalition’s letter to Congress and joint statement on the Lower Energy Costs Act and visit our website to tell your Senator to lower energy costs now.