Americans for Prosperity Action Announces Two New Legislative Endorsements in Colorado

Press Release

Denver, Colo. — Americans for Prosperity Action (AFP Action) today announced its support for two additional state legislative candidates ahead of November’s elections: Bob Gardner for Senate District 12 and Vicki Pyne for House District 27. AFP Action recently endorsed Suzanne Staiert for Senate District 27.

AFP Action sets a high bar for political endorsements, supporting candidates that have indicated leadership in tackling the greatest challenges Coloradans face.

AFP Action Senior Advisor Jesse Mallory issued the following statement:

“We’re proud to support two more exceptional candidates running for the state legislature. By creating an environment that promotes our economic recovery and growth, supporting educational opportunity for all students, and advancing criminal justice reform in Colorado, Sen. Bob Gardner and Vicki Pyne will be tremendous assets to our state legislature if elected this November. Our activists look forward to hitting the ground running to elect these principled leaders this year.”

Each candidate earned the support of AFP Action for their dedication to championing principled policy solutions:

Bob Gardner (SD-12): Sen. Bob Gardner has been a principled leader for Coloradans in the 12th Senate District. He has been a fierce advocate of Colorado’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights and has consistently fought for lower taxes, ensuring that Coloradans can keep more of their hard-earned money. Gardner has also been a staunch supporter of expanding educational opportunity for our students and bringing criminal justice reform to Colorado.

Vicki Pyne (HD-27): Vicki Pyne has been a leading citizen voice for policies that will expand opportunity for all Coloradans. If elected, Pyne will support expanding educational opportunities, so all of Colorado’s students have the chance to learn and succeed. Pyne will also champion smart criminal justice reform and policies that will create a stronger economy.