APPOMATTOX, Va. — We're less than four months away from a high-profile election and one group is making an early pitch to voters.
"Americans for Prosperity" is trying to rally support for candidates with what they call "conservative, free-market principals."
The group made stops in Danville, Appomattox, and Charlottesville Monday for an event called "November is Coming."
"Americans for Prosperity" is not officially endorsing a candidate or campaigning on any one person's behalf, but most who attended Monday's rally in Appomattox expressed support for Republican Robert Hurt, a candidate in the 5th district race for congress.
Dick Morris, a cable news commentator and former adviser to President Bill Clinton, spoke at the Appomattox event.
"I'm going around the country, going to each of the districts where I think there's a good chance to oust the big spending politicians and put in people who know how to reduce the budget deficit and how to cut spending," says Morris.