The ad will run on Facebook and YouTube in 42 congressional districts as part of part of a six-figure digital ad buy.
The American Action Network (AAN) released a new digital ad titled “Framework” on Monday, highlighting how the Republican tax reform plan will help everyday Americans.
The ad features Douglas Holtz-Eakin, president of AAN.
“The tax reform framework released by the White House, the House and the Senate is a commitment to fix our broken tax code and, in the process, fix our broken economy,” Holtz-Eakin explained. “The tax code is broken in part because it’s just too complicated … it needs to be modernized and simple.”
Holtz-Eakin explains how the Republican tax reform plan will make the tax code simpler and fairer.
“Large corporations will no longer have incentives to park their money overseas, hire overseas, and sell outside the United States,” Holtz-Eakin continued.
“The promise of the framework to working families is: you’re going to pay less in taxes. But the bigger promise is: you’re going to pay less in taxes out of a bigger paycheck,” Holtz-Eakin concluded.
The ad is part of a six-figure digital ad buy, and will run in 42 targeted congressional districts.
The districts being targeted include those held by Republicans on the tax-writing House Ways and Means Committee, members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, and GOP lawmakers who are vulnerable in the midterm elections.
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