By Naomi Jagoda - 02/08/16 12:01 AM EST
Ahead of Valentine's Day, the Taxpayers Protection Alliance (TPA) is urging Congress members to keep their love for tax reform alive.
The organization is running a campaign this week called “Love is Patient, Taxpayers Aren't” that is aimed at ensuring that comprehensive tax reform stays a priority for lawmakers and their staff, the group said.
The campaign also includes Snapchat advertising that allows users to send virtual tax reform-related candy grams and a tax-themed BuzzFeed-style personality quiz.
“Tax reform doesn’t need to be a bad romance between taxpayers and policymakers, Republicans and Democrats,” TPA president David Williams said in a news release. “We know that a key issue for individual voters and businesses alike is comprehensive tax reform. Congress should remain committed to getting it done in 2016.”