A national bus tour highlighting what some call "Obama's failing agenda" rolled through Grand Junction Wednesday evening.
The Colorado chapter of Americans for Prosperity held the speaking event at the Old County Courthouse off 6th Street and Rood Avenue. The bus is one of three crisscrossing the nation right now promising to give a voice to the millions of people opposing the policies of the Obama administration.
Still, organizers say they have no allegiance to any party and have questioned several republicans in their history.
"There's times when we fight republicans on earmarks; we just don't think the government ought to be picking winners and losers," Jeff Crank, Director of the AFP's Colorado Chapter explained.
"No matter what people may think about the president, whether you think he's a nice guy or you don't think he's a nice guy, his policies aren't working and our country has to change course."
The group runs off donations from hundreds of thousands of supporters across the country.
KJCT News 8 asked if Mitt Romney is one who helps fund the organization and officials could not answer that question for certain. Romney has, however, spoken at different AFP events throughout the years including as recently as early 2012.
The tour goes to New Mexico from here, but organizers plan to spend a lot of time in our state ahead of this election. The bus will be back in Colorado again in October and early November.