Conservative group targeting House Democrats over SALT positions

Heritage Action is targeting a handful of House Democrats in a new ad campaign over their support for raising the State and Local Tax (SALT) deduction cap.

The conservative group announced on Tuesday that it is spending $1.25 million on digital and TV ads to target Democratic Reps.  Carolyn BourdeauxCarolyn BourdeauxRouda passes on bid for redrawn California seat, avoiding intraparty battle with Porter Four states to feature primaries with two incumbents in 2022 Conservative group targeting House Democrats over SALT positions MORE (Ga.), Cindy AxneCindy AxnePlanned Parenthood endorses nearly 200 House incumbents ahead of midterms House passes bill to strengthen shipping supply chain On The Money — Congress races to keep the lights on MORE (Iowa), Jared GoldenJared GoldenEleven interesting races to watch in 2022 On The Money — Senate risks Trump's ire with debt ceiling deal Democratic worries grow over politics of SALT cap MORE (Maine), Elissa SlotkinElissa SlotkinMichigan Republicans sue over US House district lines Pandemic pushes teachers unions to center stage ahead of midterms Planned Parenthood endorses nearly 200 House incumbents ahead of midterms MORE (Mich.) and Susie LeeSuzanne (Susie) Kelley LeeMORE (Nev.).

Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiThe Hill's 12:30 Report: Dems look to repackage BBB into salvageable bill The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Biden clarifies his remarks on Russia Democrats hope to salvage Biden's agenda on Manchin's terms  MORE slipped a big tax break for her wealthy friends into Biden’s bloated spending bill. The rich get tax breaks on their Hamptons beach houses and Malibu mansions. And you pay the bill. With crushing taxes on small businesses and skyrocketing inflation, raising prices for gas and groceries, the coastal elites get an insider sweetheart deal on their taxes, and you pay more,” a narrator says in the 30-second ads


President Biden’s Build Back Better spending plan, which he is working to get passed in Congress, includes an increase in the SALT deduction cap. 

Heritage Action has spent more than $2 million in ads opposing the $1.75 trillion legislation. 

“Democrats actively work to divide Americans along every conceivable line and then deliver campaign promises to certain Americans in those divisions. But behind closed doors, they work to pay off coastal elites in blue states," Heritage Action Executive Director Jessica Anderson said in a statement announcing the ads Tuesday.

“This provision is just the latest of hundreds of dangerous and divisive elements of the Biden tax and spending agenda. Heritage Action will continue to hold liberal politicians accountable and expose their Build Back Broke agenda for what it truly is,” she added.