Eagan, MN – Today, the Jason Lewis for Congress continues a series of yes or no questions for Angie Craig. Below is a release from Jason Lewis for Congress Campaign Manager Becky Alery released the below statement:
“After three debates with Rep. Jason Lewis, Angie Craig still can’t answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’ on the key questions of the day.
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“So, we’ve decided to give her a second, third, or fourth chance. From now until election day we’ll be picking an issue that voters in the Second District care about and ask the Democrat candidate one more time if she’s made up her mind.
“It goes without saying the first job of any public official is to tell their constituents how they plan to govern—and that’s why Jason Lewis has been forthright on where he stands right from the start.
“Another month, another great jobs report – right on the heels of wages rising the most in a decade. Since Congress passed the Tax Cut & Jobs Act, more than 2.1 million new jobs have been created (led by a manufacturing boom) and individual income and payroll tax receipts are up.
“In Lewis’ first term, he played an instrumental role in passing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to reform our nation’s archaic tax code for the first time in three decades. Lewis knows that we cannot tax our way into prosperity, and we need to work to let hardworking Americans keep more of their own money. In fact, the average family in the Second District is enjoying tax relief of over $3000.
“And then there is Angie Craig, who says she wants to ‘repeal the whole thing.’ Really? As POTUS said, ‘the economy is going strong and the Democrats are going crazy…’
“Again, after three debates (and a fourth she didn’t show up for) Craig remains so under wraps that no one knows if she still believes tax reform was ‘the worst piece of legislation in history’ or if that was part of her talking points reserved for when she would let her far-left views shine pre-endorsement.
“Today, our question to Angie Craig is, do you still plan to ‘repeal the entire Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’ if elected? For Jason Lewis, the answer is a clear no.”