The conservative Americans for Prosperity this week launched a “six-figure school choice ‘It’s Working’” campaign following a politically charged legislative session on the subject. The effort – which runs through July – includes a promoted video, mail, digital and social advertising, according to the organization. Events and “grassroots advocacy” also will accompany the campaign. […]
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After serving as chief of staff for the Colorado Senate Republicans for five sessions, Jesse Mallory takes over as state director of Americans for Prosperity-Colorado, the influential conservative organization announced Monday. AFP-Colorado’s previous state director, Michael Fields, was named senior director of issue education for the Americans for Prosperity Foundation, a related organization, he announced […]
With Americans For Prosperity’s Michael Fields moving up from state director to take on a broader portfolio for the conservative, pro-free market, national advocacy group, Jesse Mallory — chief of staff for the ruling state Senate Republicans — has been tapped to fill Fields’s shoes. The AFP announced the move this afternoon, quoting Mallory: Mallory is […]
After ten hours of back and forth Thursday night, it became clear at near 11 p.m. that members were not going to conclude first-round debate on amendments to the proposed $26.8 billion state budget before midnight, the tentative deadline, so they halted debate and began again at 9:00 a.m. Friday.
State Sen. Owen Hill, a Colorado Springs Republican, formally launched his primary challenge to U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn with a Monday morning email saying he plans to bring a bold approach to Congress instead of merely voting the right way.
What’s the old adage — lean hard on your enemies and on your friends, lean harder? OK, that’s not at all how it goes, but it sure fits politics well sometimes. The latest example: a campaign announced today by the conservative advocacy group Americans For Prosperity in opposition to the recently announced — and already much criticized […]