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GOP Group Starts Digital Ad Blitz to Push for Tax Reform

GOP Group Starts Digital Ad Blitz to Push for Tax Reform
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By    |   Tuesday, 15 August 2017 07:35 AM

The American Action Network, a group aligned with House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., is launching a $500,000 digital ad blitz to promote tax reform, The Hill said.

The group, which already has announced plans for radio and television advertising, expects to spend $5 million in August and about $20 million by Thanksgiving to push Republican tax-reform efforts, according to the website.

Aside from the latest digital ad campaign, those efforts include radio and television advertising, as well as mobile billboards.

"With this latest effort, across 31 congressional districts, we're urging Americans to make their voices heard and urge their member of Congress to keep up the fight and make meaningful tax reform a reality,” AAN Executive Director Corry Bliss said.

The latest ads urge voters to tell lawmakers to support tax reform. They are scheduled to run in districts represented by Ryan, members of the House Freedom Caucus and lawmakers believed to be vulnerable in the mid-term elections.

Meanwhile, liberal groups have started their own campaign in an effort to stop Trump's tax cuts, The Washington Post reported.

The Not One Penny campaign includes a seven-figure ad buy in eight GOP congressional districts, the newspaper said.

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The American Action Network, a group aligned with House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., is launching a $500,000 digital ad blitz to promote tax reform, The Hill said.
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