Americans For Prosperity Action Endorses Barbara Kirkmeyer

Dec 14, 2021


DENVER – Today, Americans for Prosperity Action (AFP Action) announced its endorsement of Barbara Kirkmeyer for Colorado’s 8th Congressional District. If elected, Kirkmeyer will put people over politics to drive lasting change from the bottom-up to ensure that each person is empowered to achieve their version of the American Dream. AFP Action will utilize a variety of highly targeted tactics, including grassroots engagement, digital advertisements, and direct mail to support her campaign.

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“The most competitive district under the new map would be the new, heavily Hispanic 8th District based in the north Denver metro area and stretching into Greeley. Democrats would have a 1.3 percentage point advantage in the district, based on the results of eight statewide races between 2016 and 2020.” Here is the new congressional map headed to the Colorado Supreme Court for final approval The proposal was approved by Colorado's Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission by an 11-1 vote just before midnight after seven rounds of voting
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“The 8th will also likely be Colorado’s most competitive district. It would have voted for Donald Trump by 2 points in 2016, and for Joe Biden by 4 points in 2020. More broadly, across the 10 statewide elections that have taken place in Colorado since 2016, the final margin for either party in the 8th was never larger than 5 points, demonstrating just how close future races might be.” Click the button below to read more.
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