As governments and special interests pursue high tax, anti-business agendas, Albertans and the industries that employ them need a champion that will stand strong against efforts that threaten our democracy, economy and undermine the struggling middle class.
We believe that Jason Kenney best represents the views of our members and we encourage his successful bid for leadership of the PC Party of Alberta.
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Where there is unity, there is victory.

The Alberta Prosperity Fund is the first and only coordinated response to left-of-centre coalitions that raise vast sums of money to encourage policies that undermine Alberta’s democracy, prosperity and the  struggling middle class.

Our priority is prosperity.

We will build a donor-driven campaign fund to contrast the efforts of foreign and union funded interest groups whose activity fundamentally threatens the prosperity of  Alberta’s working families and the industries that employ them.

We will do this by using a proactive message of unity and prosperity to educate and unite grassroots Albertans in support of policies and candidates that reflect our members’ vision of a free and prosperous Alberta.

1. Inform and Engage Voters

Engage in a continuous dialogue with Alberta voters through powerful campaigns that inform them of the conditions required to make Alberta the most prosperous place to live, work and do business

2. Conduct Polling and Applied Research

Conduct polling and applied research to monitor the impacts of our campaigns on public opinion, inform our positions on legislation, track support for candidates and help us understand the enduring priorities of Alberta’s working families and the industries that employ them.

3. Mobilize Voters When It Counts

Identify and mobilize grassroots Albertans to enact legislation and elect candidates that support our members’ vision for a free and prosperous province.

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