A Focus on the Economy

We concentrate on issues that translate to job growth and prosperity.

A Proud Track Record

NPF has been a cornerstone in helping key leaders succeed on Election Day.

A Will to Win

We enter campaigns with only one intention: to win.

Making an impact.

The New Prosperity Foundation was founded in 2010 to advocate for candidates who support policies that promote job growth, economic prosperity and free enterprise. From Congressional to Senate and Presidential races, our support helps elect leaders who will bring about change in Congress and the White House.

Contributions or gifts to NPF are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Contributions from foreign nationals and federal government contractors are prohibited. NPF is registered with the FEC as an independent expenditure committee. Accordingly, we may accept unlimited contributions from individuals, corporations, and other organizations. Your contribution is not subject to FEC contribution limits. NPF’s spending is independent, and it does not make contributions to, or coordinate its spending with any candidates or political parties. Contributions from foreign nationals and federal government contractors are prohibited.

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Our issues include:

The New Prosperity Foundation concentrates on economic issues, such as:
Spending reforms. Our national debt is crushing, and it suffocates job creators who need predictability. Tax reforms alone won’t get the job done. We need to get our spending under control
Workers Compensation Reforms. Illinois in particular has one of the worst workers comp systems in the nation and its high costs put our businesses at a disadvantage while doing little for injured workers. Fixing workers comp is one way to once again unroll the welcome mat for businesses.
Recognizing what works. The recent GOP tax reforms have not only made American employers more competitive in the global market, but also helped build the retirement coffers of working men and women. These reforms work, and we need to protect them.
Contributions or gifts to NPF are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Contributions from foreign nationals and federal government contractors are prohibited. NPF is registered with the FEC as an independent expenditure committee. Accordingly, we may accept unlimited contributions from individuals, corporations, and other organizations. Your contribution is not subject to FEC contribution limits. NPF’s spending is independent, and it does not make contributions to, or coordinate its spending with any candidates or political parties.

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