David Young Has Shown Iowa Who He Values Most
New Ad from Cindy Axne Highlights Young’s Votes to Give Tax Breaks to Big Corporations, Open the Door to Social Security and Medicare Cuts
In a new ad from Cindy Axne for Congress, Representative Cindy Axne reminds voters that when rejected Congressman David Young was in Washington, he made sure to put big corporations ahead of Iowans by voting to give corporations huge tax breaks at the expense of middle class families.
“Any Iowan who wants to know who rejected Congressman David Young puts at the top of his list of priorities only has to look at his voting record in Congress. Young has put giving tax breaks to his corporate donors ahead of protecting middle class families and their benefits, and voters won’t forget that when casting their vote this fall,” said Ian Mariani, spokesperson for Cindy Axne for Congress.
In Congress, Cindy Axne has fought to protect middle class Iowa families and strengthen essential benefits like Medicare over her first term, including by:
- Successfully pushing for the repeal of three health care taxes that would have raised health care expenses for millions of Americans.
- Co-sponsoring and voting for legislation to lower the costs of prescription drugs and expand Medicare benefits for Iowa’s families and seniors.
- Championing multiple pieces of legislation that will protect Iowa jobs from outsourcing and hold U.S. corporations accountable for offshoring jobs and profits.
The new ad is on air in both the Des Moines and Omaha markets.
Man: “Yeah, I’ll have a burger, fries, chocolate shake too – and whoever’s next is going to pay for it.”
Woman: “Wait, what?”
Cindy Axne: “That’s not how things work. Tell that to David Young.”
Cindy Axne: “In Congress, Young voted for huge tax cuts for corporations – paid for by middle class families. His party bosses said they’d even cut Medicare and Social Security to pay for tax breaks to corporate donors. I’m Cindy Axne, and I’ll always put middle class families first. That’s why I approve this message.”