AFP-Wisconsin “Extremely Disappointed” in Baldwin’s Vote Against Tax Reform
Badger State activist group slams Senator Baldwin’s vote against tax relief for Wisconsin families and small businesses
MADISON, WI – Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin slammed U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin for voting against the Tax Cut and Jobs Act that will provide Wisconsin families and small businesses with much-needed tax relief. The free-market group has been strongly advocating for pro-growth, comprehensive tax reform all year through robust grassroots activism as well as television and digital advertisements.
“Once again, Senator Baldwin has put her far-left ideology over the best economic interests of her constituents,” said AFP-Wisconsin State Director Eric Bott. “Senator Baldwin had a clear choice today: to provide tax relief for the working men and women of Wisconsin or to preserve a rigged tax system that favors the wealthy and well-connected special interests. We are extremely disappointed she chose the latter and AFP-Wisconsin’s base of over 130,000 grassroots activists intend to hold her fully accountable for her vote in the coming year.”
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