Americans for Prosperity Action-Nevada Endorses Mark Robertson for Congress

LAS VEGAS, NV – Americans for Prosperity Action-Nevada (AFP Action-NV) today endorsed Mark Robertson in his bid to represent the people of Nevada’s 1st Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.

AFP Action-NV 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 Robertson’s campaign.

AFP Action-NV Senior Advisor Ronnie Najarro released the following statement on the endorsement:

“A veteran and small business owner, Mark Robertson understands the challenges facing Nevadans and knows how to make a real impact in Congress. When elected, Robertson will fight against inflation by championing fiscal responsibility to control reckless government spending that has contributed to record-high inflation. Nevadans across the 1st Congressional District are tired of spending more and getting less – we need leaders that will address the root causes of the current economic downturn. Robertson is a decorated veteran who retired as a Colonel in the US Army Reserves and served our country in the Pentagon as a senior advisor in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. He understands the challenges facing our nation’s veterans and will work to expand health care options and choice.


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.