Republicans in key election races turn down volume on Trump’s tax cuts

“But his campaign spokesman, Tyler Sandberg, said Coffman talks about tax cuts regularly with supporters via email and with small business owners” writes Midwest Communications Inc for WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Right after Republicans in the U.S. Senate passed their income tax overhaul in December, delivering tax cuts to businesses and most American taxpayers, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell was buoyant.The election cycle is still in its early stage, so the volume of talk on the tax overhaul could always increase.Billionaires Charles and David Koch are spending $20 million to promote the benefits of the tax cuts in battleground states with digital ads and even door-to-door canvassing.Despite that criticism, some Republican incumbents are still making a determined effort to sell voters on the merits of the new tax law.

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