In a New Six-Figure Ad Buy, Wisconsin Progressives Tell Johnson: ‘Say Yes’ to Hard-Working Wisconsinites, Not the Rich
September 28, 2021
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Tax March Wisconsin is leading a coalition of Wisconsin groups to demand that Senator Johnson step up to help hard-working Wisconsinites, and fund it by making the rich pay their fair share in taxes.
“We want Senator Johnson to do what’s right for Wisconsin families, not just big corporations and the super rich. Billionaires and big corporations are making more money than ever, but our small businesses and working families are still feeling the strain of the pandemic every day.“Senator Johnson has a choice: either he can deliver for our families, or he can protect millionaires, like himself. That should be an easy decision, but over and over, he keeps choosing the wrong side. We’re sending a message today that we need Senator Johnson to finally come through for our families: tax the rich and deliver for Wisconsin families.”
We’re divided, but we can agree now’s the time to help hard-working Wisconsinites, right?
Nope, not Ron Johnson. See, on lowering prescription drugs prices, Johnson was a no.
Adding dental and vision to Medicare? Nah.
Or making childcare more affordable, to help people get back to work? No way.
What about making the rich, like him, pay their fair share in taxes? Heck no.
Tell Ron Johnson: Time to say yes to building Wisconsin back better.
We play by the rules.
Pay our taxes.
Corporations and the ultra-rich use major loopholes to avoid paying billions. But the Build Back Better plan can fix that.
So Senator Johnson, after doubling your wealth while in office…whose side are you on?
You opposed lowering prescription drug prices and expanding Medicare benefits. While protecting corporations and the rich, from paying their fair share.
Tell Ron Johnson: Pick our side this time. Build Wisconsin back better.
Partners in the campaign include: Tax March Wisconsin, For Our Future WI, 9to5 Wisconsin, Progress North, A Better Wisconsin Together, Family Friendly Wisconsin, Main Street Alliance Action Fund – Wisconsin, and Opportunity Wisconsin.