A group run by former Vice President Mike Pence’s former chief of staff, Marc Short, plans to launch an ad campaign in West Virginia designed to encourage Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., to oppose President Joe Biden’s $1.7 trillion spending plan.
According to The Hill, the Coalition to Protect American Workers will launch an ad campaign in the state this week. The campaign is worth about $800,000 and is set to air over two weeks. The ads will reiterate questions Manchin has previously raised about the spending package.
One of the ads states that ”families are worried, yet Biden picks right now to try and raise taxes on hardworking West Virginia families while giving huge tax cuts to millionaires. Fortunately, Joe Manchin’s got our backs. He understands the importance of putting West Virginia people ahead of Washington politics. Tell Manchin [to] keep fighting for us.”
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