$1M Ad Buy Hits GOP Members on Tax Plan in Working-Class Seats

AAN launched 1 million robocalls promoting tax reform.

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Ally Mutnick
Nov. 21, 2017, 10:28 a.m.

The Not One Penny campaign will “soon announce an ad buy of more than $1 million, targeting 25 House GOP districts, with around a dozen of them heavy on working-class white voters.” The ads will also run “in districts with more college-educated whites. … The animating idea is that the GOP tax proposals — which will be featured in the ads — are likely to prove toxic among both those constituencies, and particularly among those working-class whites who switched from Barack Obama to Trump.” (Washington Post)

ON THE PHONE. The American Action Network is launching 1 million robocalls in 29 House districts. “The calls are aimed to build momentum for the recently passed bill while families are home for Thanksgiving, and prompt constituents to call their representative to express their continued support for tax reform,” according to the group. A full list of targeted districts can be found here. (release)


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