Communities Applied Policy Strategies

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Communities Applied Policy Strategies

We all want the same thing: a thriving economy, opportunities for our children, accessible and affordable health care and good paying jobs.

Unfortunately, instead of working to address these concerns, politician’s and political organizations prefer partisan arguing; they deliberately take risks to make a situation as bad as it can be in order to force the results they want. For over 80 years, we’ve seen them lose billions of dollars and run up massive levels of debt, then turn around and demand that we bail out their fiscal incompetence with higher taxes imposed on you, the working class!

The question is how do we, as everyday hard-working Americans get these politicians and political organizations to pay attention to our concerns instead of their political agenda?

The answer is Communities Applied Policy Strategies (APS).  Politicians and political organizations have spent an enormous amount of time talking to us – now it’s time for them to listen to us.

Communities APS is dedicated to hold politicians and political organizations accountable to the practical issues that will actually improve our communities and our lives. Communities (APS) believes that when we educate, motivate, activate and mobilize millions of regular hard working citizens, we can make our communities great again – from the ground up.

 

If you believe in us let us know how you can help change our communities for the greater good of America.

 

Communities Applied Policy Strategies
communitiesaps@gmail.com

Thanks,

Will Sosa

President

 

“This committee intends to make unlimited independent expenditures, and consistent with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit decision in SpeechNow v. FEC, it therefore intends to raise funds in unlimited amounts. This committee will not use those funds to make contributions, whether direct, in-kind, or via coordinated communications, to federal candidates or committees.”

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