ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Americans for Prosperity Action-New Mexico (AFP Action-NM) today endorsed Yvette Herrell in her reelection to the U.S. House of Representatives from New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District.
AFP Action-NM 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 Herrell’s campaign.
AFP Action-NM Senior Advisor Burly Cain released the following statement on the endorsement:
“New Mexico deserves a leader who will fight for an economic environment that will benefit all New Mexicans. The Land of Enchantment is being crushed by record-high inflation and skyrocketing grocery prices and many are struggling to put food on the table. Meanwhile, Washington has failed to provide real solutions to address these challenges and instead continues to fuel inflation through massive government sending.
“Yvette Herrell has been a trusted partner and will fight for economic opportunity for all New Mexicans. During her time in Congress, she has opposed the out-of-control, wasteful spending that is driving inflation. And she has proven herself to be a champion for limiting government overreach and has pledged to review and eliminate government red tape that stifles innovation, growth, and job creation.
“AFP Action-NM will dedicate our robust grassroots efforts to ensure Herrell’s success come November.”
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.