Americans for Prosperity’s national president, state director discuss top issues in Washington, Raleigh
Americans for Prosperity’s North Carolina chapter welcomed national president Tim Phillips to Raleigh for a series of events including a 40-minute lunch program at the John Locke Foundation office.
Phillips urged AFP activists to help ensure conservatives in North Carolina’s congressional delegation continue to fight for restraints on federal government spending. His remarks were tied to AFP’s “Spending Accountability Project.” AFP state director Dallas Woodhouse also discussed the group’s North Carolina priorities.
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