On Monday, September 17, the “Obama’s Failing Agenda” bus tour, a nationwide project of Americans for Prosperity, will host rallies in Augusta, Freedom and Portland.
Carol Weston, State Director of Americans for Prosperity-Maine, will be joined by local speakers to discuss specific policies that are failing Maine.
See list below for details about each rally.
“Mainers are struggling and Obama’s policies aren’t helping. This bus tour is an opportunity to urge President Obama to stop spending away our prosperity and instead advocate for the free-market, limited government policies that can make us strong again,” said Carol Weston, state director of AFP-ME. “Whether it’s the health care takeover, the out-of-control federal spending and debt, or the ideological “green energy” policies, Mainers have had enough.”
Freedom Rally with Dan Remian to stop disastrous “Green Energy” policies
When: 9:00 AM, Monday, September 17
Where: Freedom Village on Belfast Road, Freedom, ME
Who: Carol Weston, state director of AFP-ME and activist Dan Remian
Augusta Rally with Bruce Poliquin to address wasteful spending and federal debt
When: 12:30 PM, Monday, September 17
Where: West side of State House, 210 State Street, Augusta, ME
Who: Carol Weston, state director of AFP-ME and Bruce Poliquin, State Treasurer
Portland Rally with Joel Allumbaugh to Fight the Heathcare Takeover
When: 5:00 PM, Monday, September 17
Where: Monument Square in Portland, ME
Who: Carol Weston, state director of AFP-ME and Joel Allumbaugh, Director of Health Care Policy for The Maine Heritage Policy Center
The Obama’s Failing Agenda tour features three buses making nearly 400 stops in cities throughout the nation.
Visit www.failingagenda.com to learn more.
Americans for Prosperity (AFP) is a nationwide organization of citizen-leaders committed to advancing every individual’s right to economic freedom and opportunity. AFP believes reducing the size and intrusiveness of government is the best way to promote individual productivity and prosperity for all Americans. For more information, visit www.americansforprosperity.org