NEW AD: Senate Majority PAC Launches Seven-Figure Ad Campaign in Wisconsin

Senate Majority PAC Launches Seven-Figure Television and Digital Ad Campaign in Wisconsin

Setting the Record Straight: new Senate Majority PAC ad confirms Baldwin supports a tax plan that puts Wisconsin families first in buy totaling over $1 million

Washington, D.C. (October 31, 2017) – Senate Majority PAC is launching a television and digital ad campaign totaling over $1 million in Wisconsin to set the record straight. Out-of-state billionaires are distorting the facts. Senator Tammy Baldwin has voted over fifty times to cut taxes for the middle class – tax cuts for childcare, education and retirement. Baldwin supports a simpler and fairer tax system that works for middle class families. Baldwin puts Wisconsin families first.

The billionaire Koch brothers are pressuring Democratic Senate incumbents to support the Republican tax cut plan. The truth about the new Republican plan? It gives 80 percent of the benefits to the wealthiest 1 percent while leaving Wisconsinites behind. They want to keep the system rigged for their benefit.

“Two ‘not-ready-for-primetime’ GOP candidates are engaged in a nasty, personal primary,” said J.B. Poersch, President of Senate Majority PAC. “All the while, Tammy Baldwin keeps working for Wisconsin families.”

Watch the new ad, “Rigged,” here.

Transcript:

“There’s a reason out of state billionaires are smearing Tammy Baldwin…”

“…They’re protecting the rigged system that only works for them.”

“This time, they want a new Republican tax plan that benefits the top one percent — but leaves Wisconsin behind.”

“We know Senator Tammy Baldwin has voted over fifty times to cut taxes for the middle class. Tax cuts that work for childcare, education, and retirement.”

“Tammy Baldwin: Putting Wisconsin families first.”

About Senate Majority PAC

Senate Majority PAC is the only super PAC dedicated to winning the Democratic majority in the U.S. Senate. Senate Majority PAC organizes comprehensive independent expenditure campaigns to support Democratic Senators and candidates.

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