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The good news: State lawmakers cut spending and reduced taxes for all individuals and businesses in North Carolina effective January 1st, 2014.
The bad news: April 15th is approaching fast and while many Americans scramble to finish their taxes, the federal government is busy spending away our hard-earned tax dollars.
Federal lawmakers should follow North Carolina's example but President Obama and Congress appear unwilling to get runaway federal spending under control. Federal taxes are too high and its not making life for Americans any better.
Join Americans for Prosperity on April 12th as we educate our community about federal over-spending and its consequences like high taxes and wasteful spending on big government programs that just don't work.
We will be meeting at the Homewood Suites by Hilton in Cary at 8:30AM for a special tax day event where you can take action through phone banking or neighborhood canvassing activities.
The event will feature a complimentary breakfast with keynote speaker Chad Adams, Executive Director of Priorities North Carolina, and also a complimentary lunch following the phone bank and canvassing activities.
Please note: the complimentary lunch is ONLY provided to phone bank and canvassing volunteers.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org See you there!
What to expect with the phone banking and canvassing activities:
Phone bank - after some brief training and instructions, you will be provided with a phone, a script, and a way to record responses. The survey questions are not confrontational and an AFP-NC field coordinator is always on site should you have any questions or need help.
Canvassing - after some brief training and instructions, volunteers will be provided with a user friendly electronic device to canvass a specific group of addresses with a brief survey and to record responses. The survey questions are not confrontational and an AFP-NC field coordinator is always on site should you have any questions or need help. Canvassing does involve some walking but transportation is always available whenever volunteers need it.