DSCC, DCCC and DNC launch ad highlighting Democrats’ tax cut for middle class families


As expanded monthly child tax credit payments begin to hit Americans’ bank accounts today, the Democratic Senate Campaign Committee, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, and the Democratic National Committee launch a digital advertising campaign joint highlighting that tax cut Democrats offered to middle-class families by passing the US bailout – and which all Republicans voted against.

Thanks to President Biden and the Democrats, 39 million households will start receiving monthly tax cuts on Thursday, helping middle-class families pay their rent, put food on the table and save for the to come up”, Democratic National Committee chairman Jaime Harrison said. “These transformative payments will help halve the child poverty rate, but not a single Republican in Congress has voted for them. We make sure Americans know this contrast is clear: As Republicans continue to play games and block efforts to improve the lives of working people, Democrats are here for you. “

“Every Republican in the House abandoned his neighbors when it mattered most by voting ‘NO’ to the US bailout. ” said DCCC chairman Sean Patrick Maloney. “Democrats have honored the Child Tax Credit, putting money in the pockets of 90% of American families to help parents make ends meet as our economy recovers.”

“Democrats give big tax cut to middle class families that will help more Americans get back on their feet after pandemic,” said Democratic Senate Campaign Committee chairman Senator Gary Peters. “The contrast for voters is clear: As Democrats put more money in the pockets of families with children, Republicans voted unanimously against this tax cut – and in 2022 voters will hold every candidate from the GOP to the responsible Senate. “


On July 15, the ad will reach voters in the following states and congressional districts as part of a five-digit digital purchase through a native advertising platform: Arizona (including AZ-1), Georgia (including GA-6 and GA-7), New Hampshire (including NH-1), Nevada (including NV-3 and NV-4), North Carolina, Pennsylvania (including PA-7, PA-8 and PA-17), Florida (including FL-07, FL-26 and FL-27) and Wisconsin (including WI-3).

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