Americans for Prosperity Action-Texas today endorsed Monica De La Cruz who is running for the U.S. Congress from the Texas 15th Congressional District.
De La Cruz received the group’s endorsement based on her support of policies that promote fiscal responsibility, lower taxes, educational freedom, and responsible energy production.
AFP Action will leverage a wide range of tactics, including the country’s largest grassroots outreach and mobilization, a full-time dedicated staff, and trained volunteers to educate and mobilize voters to support De La Cruz’s campaign.
“Monica De La Cruz understands that federal laws and regulations often stand in the way of hardworking men and women who seek the American dream for themselves and their families,” said AFP Action-TX Senior Advisor Mack Morris. “In Congress, De La Cruz will work to undo these policies and regulations and other barriers to opportunity and success.
“De La Cruz will work to prevent the out-of-control spending that is driving inflation and ravaging Texans,” he said. “She will stand with Texans by supporting a wide range of energy policies to promote energy abundance, and Texas parents by supporting policies that expand educational freedom.”
During the 2020 election cycle, AFP Action supported candidates nationwide with more than 8.5 million telephone calls, 1.5 million door knocks, and more than 49 million pieces of mail. AFP Action has unmatched direct voter outreach capability that is supported by a world-class data operation.
AFP Action is a 527 political action committee focused on electing candidates who will drive policy change and facilitate the building of broad policy coalitions that remove barriers to opportunity and help people improve their lives. The organization has a strong, permanent grassroots presence, including highly motivated activists who volunteer during the election season by making telephone calls and knocking on doors in support of policy champions.
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