The American Action Network plans on spending around $20 million on tax reform by Thanksgiving.
The American Action Network (AAN) announced that it would be spending $500,000 on digital ads to increase public support for overhauling the American tax code system on Tuesday.
The Hill reported that AAN’s new ads would include video and display ads that will call on constituents to tell their lawmakers to support tax reform.
“The ads are slated to run in 31 congressional districts — including those represented by Ryan, members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, and GOP lawmakers who are likely to be vulnerable in the midterm elections,” The Hill reported.
Corry Bliss, the Executive Director of AAN, said in a statement, “With this latest effort, across 31 congressional districts, we’re urging Americans to make their voices heard and urge their member[s] of Congress to keep up the fight and make meaningful tax reform a reality.”
According to The Hill, this $500,000 ad buy is part of a larger investment that could reach $20 million by Thanksgiving:
“In recent weeks, the group launched radio and television ads, and also brought mobile billboards to lawmakers’ town-hall events. AAN expects to spend $5 million on its tax-reform efforts in August and upwards of $20 million by Thanksgiving.”
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