americans for prosperity

Americans for Prosperity is seeking to back a new candidate for the presidency: “The best thing ... would be a president in 2025 who represents a new chapter."
Cuellar is facing a tough primary campaign from progressive immigration lawyer Jessica Cisneros.
Any nominee “in the spirit of Justice Neil Gorsuch” will get a thumbs-up from the conservative megadonors.
He’s leaving his family’s conglomerate and Americans for Prosperity.
The billionaire Koch brothers’ political network wants to show it will punish Republicans who don’t support its agenda.
To anyone who follows politics, the Koch brothers are best known for spearheading a sprawling network of groups that invest millions in conservative, libertarian-leaning candidates and causes.
Outside groups -- including politically active nonprofits like the Koch brothers' Americans for Prosperity -- have spent more money trying to influence the 2016 Ohio Senate race between Republican Sen. Rob Portman and his challenger, Democrat Ted Strickland, than any other congressional contest: $15.5 million so far.
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