New HMP Ad Spotlights How Pete Sessions Has Stopped Listening To Texans
October 23, 2018
Washington, DC – Today, House Majority PAC launched a new TV ad spotlighting how Pete Sessions has stopped listening to Texans. Sessions has taken over $10 million from Washington special interests and voted against the people of his district.
After telling his own constituents at a town hall that “they don’t know how to listen,” Sessions voted for the toxic tax plan that gives 83 percent of the benefits to the ultra-rich while raising taxes on hardworking families and adding nearly $2 trillion to the national debt. To pay for it, Washington Republicans intend to make massive cuts to essential programs including Social Security and Medicare that Texans depend on.
“Listening” is the second ad running as part of an approximately $2.3 million buy on broadcast and cable in the Dallas-Fort Worth media market.
“Texans are getting the message loud and clear: Pete Sessions doesn’t look out them or their families,” said House Majority PAC Press Secretary Hannah Blatt. “He ignored the middle class, all to help the ultra-rich and special interests that bankroll his campaign – voting to give massive tax breaks to the wealthy while sticking Texas families and future generations with the bill. Pete Sessions isn’t doing his job, and it’s time for voters to send him packing.”