Mar 14, 2013

Americans for Prosperity speaks to Randolph County Tea Party

WINCHESTER, IN – The Randolph County Tea Party will meet on March 21, 6:30 p.m., at the Moose Lodge at 181 North Middle School Road, Winchester, IN. The topic for this meeting is voter education, how to understand an issue and interact with others with differing opinions.

The Randolph County Tea Party held its regular meeting on March 7 at the Moose Lodge in Winchester. The guest speaker for the meeting was Chase Downham, the Indiana Chapter Coordinator for Americans for Prosperity.

The Americans for Prosperity organization started in 2004 and has grown to 2.3 million activists in all 50 states and 34 state chapters and affiliates. Indiana has grown to 40 thousand activists representing all 92 counties. Other state chapters are California, Kansas, Ohio, and New York.

Americans for Prosperity is a grassroots organization of activists that are committed to educating citizens about economic policy and mobilizing those citizens as advocates in the public policy process. This includes being advocates for public policies that champion the principles of entrepreneurship and fiscal and regulatory restraint. Also, they educate citizens about where their elected officials stand on issues and mobilize citizens to effectively make their voices heard in public policy issue campaigns.

The Indiana chapter has been successful with tax, education and workplace reforms. Examples of tax reform are the support to eliminate the death tax and the tax refund due to the state surplus. Education reform is additional school choice without hurting the public schools funding. Work place reform was pay check protection.

These activists are doing more than going to meeting. They are in the trenches making a difference daily, working to change the nation one state at a time. If you think things are slipping away, do not leave it to others, get involved

Remember you can help by contacting your elected officials often on all the issues. This is your check and balance in the voting process to keep your elected official on their toes and working for us.

Visit www.americansforprosperity.org to learn more about Americans for Prosperity.

For more information, contact Ron Preston, 765-277-6701 or Todd Longfellow 765-969-4922.

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