Phil Kerpen

American Commitment

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President of American Commitment, free-market advocacy 501(c)(4) organization; former Vice President for Policy at Americans for Prosperity, a free-market advocacy group that worked with several Tea Party groups and was founded by oil billionaire David Koch

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