New Ad Highlights How Companies Are Rewarding Employees Because of the GOP Tax Reform Bill New Ad Highlights How Companies Are Rewarding Employees Because of the GOP Tax Reform Bill – NTK Network

New Ad Highlights How Companies Are Rewarding Employees Because of the GOP Tax Reform Bill

“Swing state Democrats made a huge mistake siding with Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi to obstruct middle class tax cuts."

By NTK Staff | 01.10.2018 @1:51pm

The Senate Leadership Fund (SLF) released a new ad that highlights how various companies are rewarding their employees because of the GOP tax reform bill despite Senate Democrats’ opposition.

The ad titled, “Taxes,” is part of SLF’s $500,000-plus digital ad campaign attaching Senate Democrats for their opposition to tax reform.

“It’s the biggest tax overhaul in generations. Bigger paychecks for middle-class families,” the ad’s narrator says. “But Senate Democrats said, ‘No.’ Just more partisan whining.”

“Tax breaks don’t lead to job creation, and I love the example of AT&T,” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) says next.

The ad’s narrator notes that AT&T announced it would give $1,000 bonuses to 200,000 employees because of the GOP tax reform bill.

The narrator then highlights similar investments that Boeing, Wells Fargo, and Comcast made because of the GOP tax reform bill.

“Tax reform is already making a real difference in people’s lives. But Senate Democrats just obstruct and complain,” the narrator concluded. “If all they do is get in the way of creating jobs, maybe it’s time they lose theirs.”

SLF will run the ad in Florida, Indiana, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio and West Virginia and will target influencers and voters seeking out information on tax reform.

“Swing state Democrats made a huge mistake siding with Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi to obstruct middle class tax cuts. We will take it to Democrats over and over this year on tax reform and are confident it will be a winning issue for Republicans in November,” SLF President Steven Law said in a statement about the ad.

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