Michigan Reps. Dan Kildee and Sander Levin voted against middle-class tax relief today, choosing loyalty to Nancy Pelosi and petty politics over their responsibilities to hard-working Michiganders.
Both Kildee and Levin voted against the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, a historic bill that simplifies the tax code and delivers long-awaited relief to Michigan families. The bill is estimated to add 26,625 jobs in Michigan and increase median incomes by more than $2,000.
“Rather than standing up for Michiganders and working to make their lives easier, Dan Kildee and Sander Levin chose to stand with Nancy Pelosi. By casting a no vote today, they voted against a simplified tax code and new jobs for their state. Voters will remember their decision to toe the party line and oppose much-needed tax relief come Election Day 2018.” - RNC Spokesperson Ellie Hockenbury
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