ATLANTA, GA—Americans for Prosperity Action (AFP Action) today announced its endorsement of Senator Chuck Payne running in June’s primary election. State Senator Chuck Payne, seeking re-election to represent district 54, has earned AFP Action’s endorsement for his dedication to policies that improve the lives of all Georgians.
Because of the important policies Sen. Payne is dedicated to working on in the legislature, AFP Action will support his candidacy through a variety of tactics, including leveraging its signature grassroots, direct-mail, and digital advertisements to reach voters.
AFP Action Senior Advisor Stephen Allison issued the following statement:
“Our activists are excited to support Sen. Chuck Payne ahead of his primary contest. Sen. Payne has proven his leadership on policies that help every Georgian pursue their American dream. Whether it’s ensuring families keep more of what they earn, improving access to quality, affordable health care, or keeping our communities safe by supporting smart on crime policies, Sen Payne has shown his commitment to making Georgia the best place to live, work, and raise a family.”
State Senator Chuck Payne earned AFP Action’s endorsement through his commitment to improving the lives of all Georgians, regardless of what is politically convenient.
- Senator Chuck Payne supported economic opportunity policies that include fiscally responsible budgeting, cutting wasteful, lowering the tax burden on hardworking Georgians, and reducing red tape on small businesses.
- Payne also supported improvements that expanded access to quality, affordable health care. By leading the charge to repeal certificate of need (CON) laws and supporting telehealth legislation, Sen. Payne has shown support for expanding access to care.
- Sen. Payne has also supported smart on crime, soft on taxpayers criminal justice reforms to keep our communities safe.
AFP Action is also supporting Senator David Perdue, seeking re-election to the U.S. Senate in November.
For further information or to set up an interview, reach Nicole Tardif at NTardif@afpaction.com.