Milwaukee, Wisconsin, experienced an electrifying evening as Americans for Prosperity’s national campaign tour, Prosperity is Possible, hosted the AFP Republican Debate Watch Party. The event, held in downtown Milwaukee, brought together passionate individuals for a dynamic night of political engagement. Special guest Fox News Anchor Guy Benson added an extra layer of excitement to the occasion. Attendees at the AFP Republican Debate Watch Party were immersed in an atmosphere
What makes us similar as Americans is stronger than what divides us. While it may appear that our country is as polarized as ever, in reality, it doesn’t take much digging to find common ground. Here are a few issues almost all Americans can agree on and how we can all come together on these issues to make America a more prosperous and free nation. 1. The U.S. government…
Eau Claire, Wisconsin, played host to Americans for Prosperity’s national campaign tour, Prosperity is Possible, at Roadside Ice Cream and Diner. Attendees enjoyed covered meals and indulged in delectable ice cream, all while engaging in candid conversations about the confusing nature of Bidenomics. The event spotlighted the detrimental impact of these economic policies, driving high inflation that continues to burden everyday Americans. The cozy atmosphere of Roadside Ice Cream
Bowling Green, Ohio, bore witness to an illuminating event as Americans for Prosperity’s national campaign tour, Prosperity is Possible, took center stage at Mister Spots restaurant. The Cheesesteak Economics event, a captivating face-off between Reaganomics and Bidenomics, offered attendees a palpable comparison of the impact of economic policies on everyday prices. By setting the price of cheesesteaks at a throwback $3, reminiscent of the 1987 average, in contrast to
A powerful event unfolded as Americans for Prosperity’s national campaign tour, Prosperity is Possible, organized a groundbreaking gas station event in Marion, Ohio. Symbolizing the impact of energy policies on everyday Americans, the event rolled back gas prices to $2.38 a gallon—the national average on the day President Joe Biden assumed office. With 150 cars in attendance, the event ignited discussions about the dire consequences of Washington’s energy policies and
Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, witnessed a spirited event as Americans for Prosperity’s national campaign tour, Prosperity is Possible, culminated its Pennsylvania leg with a vibrant parade. The “Notorious P.I.P” RV rolled through the streets of Slippery Rock, spreading joy and good policy by distributing candy, swag, and engaging in meaningful conversations. This lively event, brimming with energy and positivity, exemplified the organization’s commitment to fostering economic prosperity and empowering individuals.
A mutually beneficial collaboration unfolded in Washington, Pennyslvania, as Americans for Prosperity and the Oil and Gas Alliance united for an impactful event as part of the Prosperity is Possible national campaign tour. This joint event, featuring a live band, set the stage for crucial discussions surrounding the energy crisis in America. The evening buzzed with enthusiasm as attendees engaged in conversations about energy abundance and the path to deregulation
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania witnessed a game-changing event as Americans for Prosperity’s national campaign tour, Prosperity is Possible, hit it out of the park at the Phillies’ showdown against the Washington Nationals. Amidst the excitement of the game, this event allowed us to engage attendees in a conversation about the curveball of rising costs and inflation. Free hotdogs, served up by AFP, served as both a tasty treat and a conversation starter.
The American Dream can be a reality for all Americans— but only if we stop expecting the government to bring change and instead harness the power of the people. The Prosperity is Possible tour means to bring Americans from all walks of life together and tackle our country’s biggest economic challenges.